Disabled Person’s Railcard

19 August 2022

Did you know that customers can get a Disabled Person’s Railcard if they live in England, Scotland or Wales and are registered deaf or use hearing aids Discounted travel – RNID.

The card costs £20 for one year or £54 for three years, but they’ll get one third off most adult rail fares at any time of the day for travel on the National Rail network in Great Britain.

If they’re travelling with another adult, they’ll also get one third off their rail fare, so you can save money for a friend or family member too.

To prove you qualify for a Disabled Persons’ Railcard, you’ll need to show evidence that you are registered as deaf or use a hearing aid. If you are registered as deaf, you will need to get a Social Services official stamp on the form to confirm this.

If you use a hearing aid, you will need to provide either:

  • a copy of the front page of your NHS battery book
  • or a copy of your dispensing prescription from a private hearing aid provider.

To find out more and to apply, visit the Disabled Persons Railcard website.

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