Raileasy is one of the UK’s leading online sellers of rail tickets and its journey planner searches through thousands of journey combinations to find you the cheapest fares.
Say you are travelling from Bristol on the 22nd and catching the 08:35 to Paddington returning at 17:48. The price on Trainline is £151.30 but Raileasy’s price is £99.20. That’s the same trains at the same time but a £52.10 saving*.
If you have to book rail travel on a regular basis Raileasy’s corporate scheme combines great savings with a range of helpful business tools including e-tickets, seat selector plus management and sustainability reporting.
You can even pay for tickets centrally, collect them from your local station and book a taxi to pick you up from home.
Raileasy has set up a dedicated rail booking site for visitors to The PA Show and you can try it here – thepashow.trainsplit.com
Kip Parker looks after Raileasy’s business clients. If you’d like some further information, drop him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll do his best to help.
*Rail fares can vary depending on time of travel and availability.
PS. And if you’ve never heard of Raileasy, don’t worry – lots of people haven’t. It was were established in 2008 and is the second largest independent ticket seller in the UK (behind Trainline). The company provides dedicated rail booking services to some high profile organisations including The Bar Council, the English Institute of Sport, University of Brighton, various charities and loads of corporates.