A railcard discount is always great news for frequent train users thanks to the increasing costs of tickets when travelling across the UK.
Currently on offer for Britons are five different railcards; Two Together, 16-25, Family & Friends, Senior and the new Millennial railcard.
For a year, they cost £30 to save a third on travel which can mean the cost of the railcard is often claimed back with just one journey.
A new offer means those who need to renew theirs soon could get theirs for half the price.
New users with Quidco will also get an automatic £15 cash back bonus
To take advantage of the offer, travellers need to join Quidco first, which is free.
Then, when buying a railcard through the website, the buyer will get 5 per cent cashback to their Quidco account within the first three days.
New users with Quidco will also get an automatic £15 cash back bonus on top within two weeks, making the cost of the card fall from £30 to £15.
This will be added to the bank account or Paypal account to use straight away.
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Thankfully, the offer is valid from February 15 to December 31, or until 500 cards have been redeemed.
It is a great way to save some additional pennies when using the rail service.
Which railcard are you eligible for?
If you travel frequently with a partner or a friend, the Two Together Railcard is worth using together.
A Family & Friends Railcard is for up to four adults and four kids to be used, as long as one of the adults named in is travelling with at least one child over five years old.
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A senior railcard is available for anyone over the age of 60 to purchase to save money.
However, the new railcard to be included is the Millennial railcard, which is released today.
Following on from the success of the 16-25 Railcard, the new card will be available for anyone between 26-30 years old.
Only 10,000 are to be released to the first people who apply, with the website currently experiencing technical problems.