There are alternative discounts available for those with some disabilities, who do not have a Disabled Persons Railcard.

For those who are Visually Impaired or Blind.

If you are blind or visually impaired, you and one other person you are travelling with are eligible for the following discounts:

 

Ticket type

Discount on adult fare

First Class / Standard Anytime Singles or Returns

34% off

First Class / Standard Anytime Day Single

34% off

First Class / Standard Anytime Day Return

50% off

 

Season tickets for the blind or visually-impaired.

You can also buy one adult Season ticket that enables a companion to travel with you on National Rail services only, at no extra cost (so two people travel for the price of one). It doesn’t have to be the same person travelling with you on every journey.

To be eligible:

Please take evidence of your visual impairment with you to prove your eligibility. It must be either a CVI/BP1/BD8 certificate or documentation from a recognised institution, for example, Social Services, your Local Authority or Blind Veterans UK. Tickets can be purchased from staffed National Rail station ticket offices.

For those who are staying in their own wheelchair.

If you are staying in your own wheelchair during a journey you can get the following discounts below. Discounts are available on adult and child fares.

If you have a companion travelling with you, they are also eligible for the same discounts. Tickets can be purchased from staffed National Rail station ticket offices.

 

Ticket type

Discount on adult & child fares

First Class / Standard Anytime Singles or Returns

34% off

First Class / Standard Anytime Day Single

34% off

First Class / Standard Anytime Day Return

50% off