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MegaBus Cheap City to City Bus & Coach Tickets

MegaBus and MegaTrain Tickets from £1 plus 50p booking fee for city to city transfer in the UK

What are our Prices Our seats start from as little as £1 plus 50p booking fee. We offer the best prices to those who make reservations early. However, all journeys will remain competitively priced offering excellent value for money. A one-off booking fee of 50p is charged for all reservations. Launched in 2004 megabus.com has since grown rapidly and now departs and arrives to over 50 destinations within the UK. The megabus network stretches from the Highlands of Scotland to south-west England, connecting some of the UK's most popular destinations, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Cardiff. Since its launch megabus has invested over £18 million in their fleets, ensuring the majority of journeys have coaches fully equipped with toilets and air conditioning. Since its launch Megabus has extended into rail and now offers passengers the opportunity to acquire low priced rail tickets by booking through megatrain. megatrain travels to a number of destinations throughout the UK: From London as far north as Glasgow, London to destinations such as Sheffield, Nottingham and Peterborough and London to the South West, such as Portsmouth, Exeter and Bath.

What do I give the MegaBus driver?

You will require your booking reference to travel, ensure you obtain this reference for each journey you book. If you are an Entitlement cardholder in SCOTLAND and have booked concession seats you will also require to present your Entitlement card to the driver when boarding. Take your booking reference, and where appropriate your Entitlement card (Scotland only) with you and present it to the driver, this entitles you to a seat for the journey specified at time of booking. You can also receive your Megabus ticket by SMS which allows you to receive your journey reservation as a text message direct to your mobile phone.

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If the first word out of Jim's mouth when asked by our taxi driver upon arrival back into San Diego was "fantastic"describing our Walk, then I guess that one word could summarizes our experience along the Thames River. As you know, this was our fourth experience with self-guided walking tours in southern England and without a doubt the best one. All accommodations were to our standards, and in several cases, better than expected.The rooms were beautifully appointed and bathtubs were so welcomed. Our feet say "thank you." The luggage transfers worked without a glitch. One suggestion, however, would be to place your company's contact information as well as the client's itinerary on tags attached to the luggage. If anything, that practice reduces client stress about a possible mix-up (has happened to us with another company. Another suggestion would be to make the hotel reservation in the client's name instead of yours to cut down on confusion with hotel reception staff. Thank you for securing all the train tickets which can be a hassle especially during rush hour. Your specific written direction to our accommodations were clear and easy to follow and the accompanying maps and guide book were extremely helpful where signage was either missing or confusing. Without a doubt we will recommend your company to friends seeking a similar experience to ours and in the future we'll do business again this time with a combo trip to include the Cotswolds and the Lake District. Thank you for arranging such an enjoyable experience.

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Marilyn & Jim from San Diego
Walk Thames Path from Oxford to Windsor England Review