Hovertravel offers discounted coach fares across the UK
National Express senior and disabled Coachcard holders can now save 1/3 off the cost of a ticket together with a 1/3 off their Hovertravel ticket when purchasing a combined Hovertravel and Coach ticket.
By working together with National Express, Hovertravel can package coach travel to hundreds of destinations across the country at exceptional prices.
These fares are even available on services to UK’s two biggest airports London Heathrow and London Gatwick.
Sample savings include £9 on a day trip to London, over £16 on a trip to Bath and £18.60 on a period return to Cambridge.
To help you take advantage of these great savings, Hovertravel have been offered an exclusive deal by National Express, to pass on to their customers. Until 30 April Hovertravel can offer the Senior & Disabled National Express Coachcards for just £7.50 instead of £10, that’s a saving of £2.50 for just buying your senior or disabled Coachcard from Hovertravel.
Loretta Lale, marketing manager at Hovertravel said: “At Hovertravel, we understand that the hovercraft is often only one element of our customers’ journey and we want to ensure we integrate as seamlessly as possible with other transport options. We also aim to provide the best prices for onward travel so our customers can benefit from the discounts we can secure. With these Coachcards we can open up travel to and from the Isle of Wight to more destinations at great prices.”
National Express operate contemporary and modern coaches offering exceptional levels of comfort, leather seats and on board wi-fi.
To take advantage of the discounted senior & disabled National Express Coachcard offer, visit the Hovertravel terminals and ask the cashier for more details.
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