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shwabo1892:

--- Quote from: MakeUsDream2005 on December  7, 2014, 04:55:32 pm ---Megabus run services at roughly the times your looking for and are cheap (25 return), but it would take longer than the train, and there would be traffic getting a bus into manchester on match day.

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Thank you very much. So the cheapest train return ticket is about 80 per person?

jamie_c:

--- Quote from: shwabo1892 on December  7, 2014, 04:35:58 pm ---Hi guys, I have a couple of questions. I managed to get the tickets for the game next weekend and I am coming to London from Zagreb. What is the best way to travel from London to Manchester on game day? I am returning back to London on the same day. I looked up the train tickets but the cheapest is 40. Is there anything cheaper?

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If you're coming all that way, bite the bullet and get the train.....

I suppose it depends how much you value your time but the train is just over 2 hours and takes you straight to Piccadilly where you can jump on the tram to the ground.  I'm guessing you'll add a lot of travel hours to your day by taking a bus.

L8Craig:
Sunday service. First train is 08:10 from Euston. Get to Manchester Picadilly for 10:55.

How many people are travelling? If 2 adults, take 2 photographs and get a 2 Together railcard. You'd save a third off the price. The railcard would cost 30, takes <10 minutes to complete.

Without the railcard it would be 79.70 x 2 = 159.40
With railcard 52.60 x 2 + 30 (railcard) = 135.20

youngie:
How long does it take to get from Manchester Victoria to Old Trafford please...

diddyfaz-golborne:

--- Quote from: youngie on December  9, 2014, 04:54:50 pm ---How long does it take to get from Manchester Victoria to Old Trafford please...

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its not far even if your walking..

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