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  • This app helps you 'hack' cheaper train tickets
  • This app helps you 'hack' cheaper train tickets
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This app helps you 'hack' cheaper train tickets

Booking train tickets in advance saves passengers up to 80%, but not all journeys are planned. But there is still money to be saved, even if you’re travelling the next day, by ‘splitting’ tickets across the stations you'll travel through, using apps like Tickety Split.

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