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Walsall away(20th August) advanced purchase train tickets

This one is fantastic.

There are loads of trains from either Euston to New Street, or Marylebone to Moor Street between £5.50-£7.50 singles.

New Street to Bescot runs 27 and 57 past the hour, with the return being 4 and 34 past the hour, the fare on the day is £3.60 return.

All prices before railcard discounts.
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  • all booked £16.00 rt up on the 9.43 back on the 6.10 will be my 1st game of the season.
  • Do go and visit the Modern Art gallery whilst in Walsall. A fantastic collection by Epstein.
  • And with the Virgin Seat Sale now on you can get this for £4 each way to Birmingham with the same £3.60 day return to the Bescot
  • Just booked £26 return
  • I got it for £8
  • edited July 2016

    I got it for £8

    No need to show off! haha

    Did not think of getting them last week on the sale
  • robroy said:

    I got it for £8

    No need to show off! haha

    Did not think of getting them last week on the sale
    Did you not look on Chiltern trains?

    Usually £6 each way.
  • My mate has got a spare adult return ticket for £15 if anyone wants it.
  • Mind you robroy I got to get a match ticket yet
  • My mate has got a spare adult return ticket for £15 if anyone wants it.

    Ticket been sold.
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  • Where do people buy their train tickets??
  • Rob7Lee said:

    Where do people buy their train tickets??

    http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

  • Mind you robroy I got to get a match ticket yet

    Any idea when these go on sale?
  • edited July 2016
    robroy said:

    Mind you robroy I got to get a match ticket yet

    Any idea when these go on sale?
    Tomorrow hopefully was the reply I got from cafctickets on twitter.
  • Rob7Lee said:

    Where do people buy their train tickets??

    Online through the respective train company, in this case either Virgin or Chiltern

    Read the top of each thread for further information.
  • Thanks, 3 adults 1 child £65 London to Brum NS sounds a bargain.
  • Rob7Lee said:

    Thanks, 3 adults 1 child £65 London to Brum NS sounds a bargain.

    Not really, buy a family and friends card(if applicable to you).

    If bought earlier you could have purchased this for £30 return.
  • Rob7Lee said:

    Thanks, 3 adults 1 child £65 London to Brum NS sounds a bargain.

    Not really, buy a family and friends card(if applicable to you).

    If bought earlier you could have purchased this for £30 return.
    Can't always book that far in advance. Considering the cost of commuting into London £65 for 4 to Birmingham still seems reasonable in my book. Will look at the F&F rail card, thanks for that.
  • Match Tickets on sale now, just got our 2.
  • Haha the coach for this leaves Dartford at 8:40. 10:00 and you’re a few miles up the road at Charlton. Quality planning as always.

    Oh, and it’s £25.
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  • £36.00 for a return train and match ticket is good value.

  • Just got my two.

    720 allocation
  • robroy said:

    Just got my two.

    720 allocation

    really would hope we can sell that out.
  • edited July 2016
    Additionally, £3 for buying on the day.

    £20 is probably the maximum they should be able to charge for this type of match.
  • robroy said:

    Just got my two.

    720 allocation

    Doesn't look like you can choose seats?
  • Rob7Lee said:

    robroy said:

    Just got my two.

    720 allocation

    Doesn't look like you can choose seats?
    Don't think so mate.
  • I got it for £8

    You could buy most of Walsall for that kind of money!
  • Just rang Walsall for the family tickets, very efficient! 2 Adults, 2 Under 18's and an OAP for £60 inc postage.
  • edited August 2016
    im not attending on saturday so have a trip to walsall to look forward to, be interesting to see the numbers for this one, 3rd away of the season and not too far away and train was a steal, noticed theres a derby that day, brum vs wolves, was planning on drinking near new street then hopping on a train 1.30/2.00 to bescot, is there much in walsall? as never been, and are many others drinking new street area or will it be a bit of a no go area? heavy police presence etc.
  • From an away guide

    At the stadium itself, towards the south-west, there is the club run Saddlers Club which is an excellent space for both home and away supporters to enjoy a prematch pint.


    Consisting of two decent sized function rooms, one for each set of fans, the Saddlers Club can accommodate around 450 fans, and is available to enter for at an entrance fee of £2.00 although under 16’s enter for free.

    Otherwise there really aren’t many other feasible drinking options…
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