Railcard for the Impossibly Young Launches Next Week

If you are 16 or 17 and therefore still full of dreams and ambitions and suchlike and able to face the world, there's an exciting initiation to the adult world arriving next week that'll give you something to put in your tiny, brand new and empty little wallet; the 16-17 railcard for discounted train travel to all your interning work placements. Read More >>

Why Aren’t Travelcard Adverts Like This Anymore?

There have been no less than two new travelcards launched recently – the Millennial one and the whippersnappers' one – and neither of them have had a telly ad anywhere near as good as this effort from 1989. Read More >>

New Railcard Means 16 and 17-Year-Olds Count as Kids Again

It's railcard day, apparently -- in addition to the Millennial Railcard finally launching (not its real name), the government has announced an unexpected new card that allows 16 and 17 year olds to travel on child fares again. Read More >>

Virgin Trains Will Accept an Avocado in Place of a Millennial Railcard

Virgin Trains has launched a thing it's calling the Avocard. It's a joke, but one that comes with real benefits. The same benefits, in fact, as the recently launched 26-30 "millennial" railcard. Read More >>