Travel anywhere on Southeastern this Saturday for £20 adults & £1 kids

Southeastern have announced that an event this Saturday which allows unlimited trips anywhere on the Southeastern network for £20. Up to four children can travel for £1 each.

It includes HS1 from St Pancras and there is no restriction on breaking up journeys.

And there is NO engineering work anywhere on the network.




So you could take a trip stopping off at various coastal resorts, seeing Herne Bay, Whitstable, Margate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate and more should you so wish (or have the energy).

They are running a challenge and whoever can visit the most stations (with photo proof) wins a prize.

It’s a nice little event by Southeastern who have upped their game on offers like this over the past couple of years.

Pop along to Greenwich market?

Unfortunately the introduction of Thameslink services makes this more difficult for those on the Woolwich line and Medway, as those services not included.

The Catford loop is also excluded.

Tickets can be bought online or any Southeastern ticket offices run by Southeastern or at the following non-Southeastern stations – Abbey Wood (which is now run by TfL), London Victoria, Denmark Hill, Peckham Rye, Nunhead and St Pancras International.



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One thought on “Travel anywhere on Southeastern this Saturday for £20 adults & £1 kids

  • October 6, 2018 at 5:48 pm
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    Today has been an awful, rain soaked day and there is nothing more miserable than visiting an attraction on such a day.

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