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Getting from London Euston to Preston with Avanti West Coast.

It’s a long way from London to Preston (300 km to be precise), so you’ll want to travel in comfort. Well that’s what Avanti West Coast is all about. You can relax and watch the world go by, or log onto social media or do some work thanks to the free WiFi. Peckish? Pop along to the Onboard Shop to pick up a sandwich, snack, tea, coffee or cold drink. Find out more here.

Cheap train tickets from London to Preston

There are several ways to keep your ticket price as low as possible when you travel with Avanti West Coast. Here are the three easiest:

  • Advance tickets appear about 12 weeks before the travel date and the sooner you book, the cheaper your ticket will be. You can even set up a ticket alert so we can tell you when the tickets become available.
  • If you book directly through our app or website, we don’t charge booking fees. And our price promise means that if you find the same ticket cheaper, we’ll refund the difference.
  • A Railcard might be a great money-saver for you if you travel quite regularly on our trains. Savings of up to half the fare are available for off-peak travellers, so you could potentially save hundreds on your travels.

First Class service

A First Class upgrade is for those who demand a little more pampering, peace and quiet, or a guaranteed electric socket. You’ll get complimentary WiFi and snacks, more legroom and onboard entertainment as part of the price. It’s all there to help you arrive at London fully prepared for the day ahead, whether it’s a meeting or a social event. Find out about First Class here.

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