Trainsplitting.co.uk is dedicated to saving money on train tickets. This money saving booking tool uses a process called Split ticketing.
Split ticketing works by looking at your route, and analysing if it is cheaper to buy individual sections of your journey separately, i.e. splitting your ticket. All you have to do is carry a few extra tickets, and you still stay on the same train. As an extra benefit we do not charge booking or debit/card fees either, saving you even more money.
For example, if you are travelling from London to Manchester, your train may stop at Milton Keynes, and Crewe before reaching your destination. Train Splitting first finds the cheapest train ticket from London to Manchester, and then checks to see if it is cheaper to split the ticket and for example buy a ticket from London to Milton Keynes, Milton Keynes to Crewe, and finally Crewe to Manchester.
On a typical journey, a peak fare from London to Manchester may cost £205.30 if bought on the day, an advance ticket could save you £20, and a split ticket a further £45. This gives a total saving of £65, 32% of the original ticket price.
Savings can be made on both Advance and Flexible tickets in First or Standard.
Booking is simple and easy, but can take a minute or so as we try and find the biggest savings to deliver the cheapest train tickets for you.
Split ticketing is completely legitimate and is specifically allowed in the National Rail Conditions of Carriage.