UEFA EURO 2020
Not sure if this has been posted before but there is free matchday travel for ticket holders in all host cities which might save us a few quid
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Peter salnickiThat's what their advert says. Will there be any direct trains from the West Midlands to Wembley ? Just wondered if they ever do any 'specials' (old school ! )
The rail industry works on confirming rail timetables including changes for engineering work on a 12 week horizon, so yes, in the main cheap advance tickets (fixed to a specific train) are released around 12 weeks ahead across the whole network.
However, as there is generally very little engineering work in the week, some long distance companies have trialled longer booking windows, up to 24 weeks ahead, for weekdays only when timetables are more stable.
Avanti West Coast have a 24 week booking horizon for advance fares, so you should be able to get midweek cheap tickets from Birmingham/Manchester/Liverpool etc to Euston already:
most train companies won't be doing that though.
Thomas Cook used to organise 'football specials' for some of the Prem clubs for away days where there were no trains back after the game (i.e. midweek/monday night). Chelsea in particular used to run a lot, but with Thomas Cook going bust i haven't seen any being organised since.
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No lightbulbs though
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