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TAKE THE TRAIN TO LONDON FROM pounds 23 RETURN.

HERE'S your chance to get away for a break this spring or summer with our great travel offer with East Coast rail. There are thousands of discounted advance fares available just for you.

For example, you can travel from Glasgow Glasgow, city, Scotland
Glasgow (glăs`gō, –kō, glăz`gō), city (1991 pop. 688,500) and council area, S central Scotland, on the river Clyde.
, Motherwell, Edinburgh and Dunbar to London for just pounds 11.50 one-way in standard class.

Or why not travel to York York, former name of Toronto, Canada
York, Ont.: see Toronto, Ont., Canada.
York, city, England
York, city (1991 pop. 123,126) and district, North Yorkshire, N England, at the confluence of the Ouse and Foss rivers.
 from pounds 16 return. From Edinburgh you can also travel to Newcastle from pounds 12 return. There are many other great East Coast destinations available plus if you want to treat yourself to First Class travel, there are great money saving offers too.

To check the fares and availability, please visit www.dailyrecord.co.uk/eastcoastrail and follow the links to the East Coast Reader Offer booking pages. Enter your journey details and the 'lowest fare finder' will guide you to the best available price for your journey.

To qualify for these extraspecial fares, you need to collect two differently-numbered tokens from the Daily Record and attach them to the collector voucher A receipt or release which provides evidence of payment or other discharge of a debt, often for purposes of reimbursement, or attests to the accuracy of the accounts.  printed today. We will print the final token tomorrow. With one set of tokens up to four people can travel together.

The reader offer fares are available for travel between May 8 and July 9, 2010 for travel on off-peak services with limited availability When customers of the PSTN make telephone calls, they commonly make use of a telecommunications network called a switched-circuit network. In a switched-circuit network, devices known as switches are used to connect the caller to the callee.  on Friday and Sunday Sunday: see Sabbath; week.  afternoons. At such great prices, we are expecting a high response with the biggest demand for travel at weekends, so if you can travel mid-week you will have more choice. May 28 to June 6 inclusive and July 1 to July 2 inclusive are excluded from the promotion.

Tickets To give you greater choice and flexibility all advance tickets are sold as single fares, allowing you to choose the lowest available prices for every stage of your journey. This means you can select the reader offer fare on the outward journey and, if the return train of your choice is unavailable, you can select the best fare shown.

Seats are subject to availability and reader offer fare bookings must be made three weeks in advance, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Please note that engineering work may take place on some weekends during this promotion that may affect journey times.

HOW TO BOOK To book these fares, visit www.dailyrecord.co.uk/eastcoastrail this will direct you to the East Coast reader offer welcome page, which will guide you through the simple booking instructions. This offer cannot be booked by phone or at stations and please note you cannot access the reader offer booking pages through Google (Google, Mountain View, CA, www.google.com) The largest search engine on the Web, founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two Stanford University students. In 1996, they developed their "BackRub" search engine, named after its unique page ranking method (explained below).  or similar site searches. When you travel, you must take your tickets and tokens with you. You will be asked to produce the tokens for inspection on the train. Bookings are open and will close at midnight May 1 2010.

Terms and conditions In addition to the National Rail Conditions of Carriage, the following conditions apply:The offer is only available to holders of the appropriate number of tokens (two differently numbered tokens). These must be taken on the journey for inspection on the train. If you are unable to present the tokens when requested, you will be liable to pay the balance of the full fare for the journey. This applies to each ticket booked under the offer. A set of tokens can only be used for one return journey. If you plan to use this offer more than once, you will need a complete set of tokens for each return journey you make. Bookings for the Reader Offer fare must be made 3 weeks in advance and can only be purchased on-line at www.dailyrecord.co.uk/eastcoastrail Major credit, debit A monetary amount that is subtracted from an account balance. A debit from one account is a credit to another. See credit.  and charge cards are accepted. Once a booking is made no refunds or changes will be allowed. No Railcard railcard
Noun

Brit an identity card, which pensioners or young people can buy, entitling them to cheaper rail travel

railcard n (BRIT) → tarjeta para obtener descuentos en el tren;
, child, on-line or other discounts are available with this offer. Under 5s travel free if they do not occupy a seat. Travel is only permitted on the East Coast service on which you are reserved; no break of journey is allowed, except to change to/from connecting trains where these are shown on your ticket or itinerary. Reader offer fares are available in Standard Class and First Class. If you have purchased a Standard Class reader offer ticket, no upgrade to First Class will be allowed except at weekends. You may upgrade to Weekend First for pounds 20 or pounds 25 each way, per person, depending on the journey. This can only be done on board. Please note Weekend First does not allow access to East Coast First Class lounges.
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