Day tripper in London and East Sussex? £1 train tickets for kids

Kids can travel for just �1 on c2c routes over the summer holidays

Kids can travel for just �1 on c2c routes over the summer holidays - Credit: c2c Trains

Children will be on the edge of their £1 seats after train operater c2c cut the price of travel over the summer holidays.

Children will be on the edge of their £1 seats after train operater c2c cut the price of travel over the summer holidays.

The National Express operator has doubled the length of post-peak morning trains to eight carriages over the summer break, providing 4,000 extra seats a day for day-trippers in London and East Sussex.

Meanwhile, children aged 5-15 can travel for just £1 each off-peak up to September 2 if accompanied by an adult, even if they hold season or advancd tickets.

“Summer’s here and we know what a popular time it is for a day out, whether sight-seeing in London or a day at the beach,” said c2c commercial director Clare McCaffrey.


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“That’s why we’re adding thousands of extra seats to our trains, and running our special ‘kids for a quid’ offer. Combined with our huge discounts on advance tickets, families can find really affordable days out with c2c.”

To get tips for summer trips, go to c2c-online.co.uk/days-out-and-offers/where2next/

Full details on the £1 children’s fares are available at c2c-online.co.uk/tickets-and-fares/kids-for-1-this-summer/

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