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UK 2022 Lates - Booking Offer Terms and Conditions

Great Rail Journeys UK £75pp Offer ("UK £75pp Offer ") Terms and Conditions

  • Save £75 per person on all 2022 UK rail holidays when you book between 8th May and 31st May 2022.
  • 2022 departures only
  • Any single supplements, extra services, insurance or upgrades are charged separately and without discount at the time of booking.
  • Save £75 per person on all 2022 European rail holidays when you book between 8th May and 31st May 2022 and does not apply to bookings made after this date.
  • The UK £75pp Offer has no cash value and cannot be refunded or exchanged for cash or other denominated vouchers. 
  • The UK £75pp Offer may only be used once per booking and can't be used in conjunction with other offers.
  • The right to use a voucher and / or claim the discount is personal to the original recipient and may not be transferred, copied, reproduced, distributed or published either discreetly or indirectly in any form or by any means for use by any entity or person other than the original recipient.
  • The UK £75pp Offer must be claimed by booking online / or by calling 01904 521940 and quoting code UKMAY75
  • All bookings made using the UK £75pp Offer will be subject to Great Rail Journeys Booking Conditions
  • The UK £75pp Offer will be discounted from your final invoice only, not from a deposit payment.
  • The UK £75pp Offer is subject to availability and compliance with these terms and conditions. Great Rail Journeys reserves the right to withdraw the Discount at any time, without notice, at its sole discretion.
  • When making a booking and claiming the UK £75pp Offer, your personal data is held safely and securely and in accordance with our Privacy Policy. You can opt-out at any time from marketing communications by calling 01904 521940 or emailing For further information about how we handle your personal data, please see our privacy policy
  • These terms and conditions shall be governed by English law, and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.