Spending Too Much on London Public Transport? Save with CommuterClub!

Spending Too Much on London Public Transport? Save with CommuterClub!

More than two million Londoners pay too much for their commutes. Sure, annual travelcards might offer descent discounts, yet they can cost thousands of pounds upfront, and are thus still beyond the reach of many people. But check it out! I’ve discovered an affordable way to tap into annual travelcard savings with minimal commitment and minus the pain of paying for it all at once. Keep reading to find out about the substantial savings offered by CommuterClub and the special discount promo code exclusively available to my readers.

Basically, CommuterClub offers the savings of having an annual travelcard and the flexibility of monthly plus you can cancel you can cancel anytime with no penalty or notice. All you have to do is send your Oystercard back.

Here’s how it works:

CommuterClub buys your yearly travel card and you pay them back on a monthly basis over eleven months, while saving the cost of a whole month of travel versus buying monthly travelcards.

If you commute between zones 1-4, you stand to save more than £200 with CommuterClub. And if you commute between more zones than that, the savings are even greater. And that’s before taking into account TfL’s random fare hikes!

Beyond the savings, going with CommuterClub gets you access to great benefits like its Gold Card which saves you a third of the price of off-peak travel in London and the southeast for you and up to three friends as well as twofer deals on a range of activities across London and more.

Follow this link to join CommuterClub and be sure to type in promo code TIKICHR for an extra £10 off your first month!

Essentially signing up with CommuterClub is a smart way to make the most of London travel. But don’t just take my word for it! The Financial Times, Time Out and The Evening Standard and more popular publications and sites recently have sung CommuterClub praises.

REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE: Zone 1-4 Annual (amount borrowed): £1800. Interest: £101 Total payable: £1901. 11 payments over 10 months: £173. Representative 14.1% APR. Interest rate: 5.6% pa (fixed)

About tikichris

Chris Osburn is the founder, administrator and editor of tikichris. In addition to blogging, he works as a freelance journalist, photographer, consultant and curator.

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