Ways to save
Did you know that there are lots of ways to find cheap train tickets to Wolverhampton? When you travel outside peak hours, you might be able to save as much as 50% off the standard fare – which can mean savings of hundreds of pounds a year if you’re a frequent traveller.
If you’re heading to a match and there’s a group of you, why not get a group travel ticket? If there are three or more of you, you could save 20% on your fares. And if you book in advance rather than paying at the station, you’ll probably save money then, too. Find out more on our ways to save page.
If you travel to Wolverhampton regularly, or even just a few times a year, it could be worth getting a Railcard. For a one-off fee, your Railcard gives you discounts on all your off-peak travel on Avanti West Coast. 16–17-year-olds can get up to 50% off fares, including season tickets. And for most other age groups, a one-third discount is available for an annual fee of just £30. There’s more detailed information on our Railcards page
Finally, you’re probably aware that there are lots of places you can buy train tickets, but if you buy direct from us, we can guarantee you don’t have to pay any more than you need to. That’s partly because we charge no booking fee and keep a close eye on fares, but also because if you do buy from us then find the same ticket cheaper elsewhere, we’ll refund the difference. It pays to book direct.