June 29, 2016

London Tube Fare rises not so fair?

Fast Tube

Did you know that tube fares have almost doubled in the last 10 years? It now seems unthinkable that the cost of a cash single tube journey in zones 1-4 evolved from £2.6 in 2000 to £5.9 in 2016. Every years fares have increased by a percentage amount in line with inflation placing furthur burden on commuters. Our customers told us that commuting is a top 3 household expense representing over 10% of disposable income. And the fare increases hit rail customers even more given the annual ticket value can be up to £10k.

After initially promising to freeze fares, Sadiq Khan, the new mayor of London announced this month that fares will indeed rise for all commuters using daily, weekly, monthly and annual tickets. This will likely affect all savvy regular commuters who already do the best they can and optimise their spending by taking advantage of season tickets.

CommuterClub is on the side of commuters and offers the unique opportunity to not only freeze fares for next year but also to go back in time and pay 2015 prices. This truly is an unparalleled offer on the market and it is designed to make your commuting choice that much easier so you can enjoy considerable savings. This unique offer is on top of our standard benefits such as 1 month of free travel, a gold card that gives you 1/3 discount on off peak travel in the South East, a fully managed service and access to many exciting benefits from our affiliate partners worth up to £300.

Like any deal, this is a time limited offer. Hurry and get your ticket TODAY so you can travel at 2015 prices all the way to July 2017. We could all use some savings this summer so why not share the offer with friends to take advantage on the referral scheme.

Don't pay higher fares, join CommuterClub instead at www.commuterclub.co.uk