Trip.com Introduces “Split Ticket” Feature for UK Train Tickets to Offer Cost Savings

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Trip.com has introduced a feature for UK train tickets that allows passengers to save money through split purchasing.

Known as the “Split Ticket” feature, this option appears in search results and enables travelers to easily purchase cheaper tickets without having to go through a complicated split-buying process.

For example, a regular ticket from London St. Pancras to Oxford Road would normally cost 15,518 yen, but with the Split Ticket feature, it’s reduced to 9,653 yen. The discount amount varies depending on the connecting trains used.

Additionally, until November 5th, the normally 30-pound “Railcard” will be available for 19.50 pounds. The Railcard is valid for a year and offers a one-third discount on railway fares.

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