Frequently Asked Questions?

Most frequently asked questions

  • Can we renew our Two Together Railcard?
    A: Yes.  You can renew your Two Together Railcard up to 1 month before the expiry date on the Railcard.  We will send you a reminder notice providing that we have an email address for you. (Please note that it is your responsibility to make sure that your Railcard is valid for every journey that you make with it.)


  • How do I renew my Two Together Railcard?
    A:

    You can renew your Two Together Railcard online, either login to your online account if you have one, or create a new account. 

    If you are renewing a Railcard bought at a station, please remember to declare this on your application so that you do not lose any validity if you are renewing early.


  • Can I change the name of the second cardholder when I renew my Railcard?
    A:

    Yes, you can.

    If you are renewing your Railcard online and change the name of the second cardholder then you will be requested to provide a new photo. 

    If you are renewing your Railcard at the station, and changing the name of the second cardholder, then you will need to complete an application form and provide new photos for you and the second cardholder (as a new photocard will need to be issued).

    Please note you cannot change the second cardholder part of the way through the year, you will need to buy a new Railcard.


  • When renewing my Two Together Railcard can I change my photo at the same time?
    A: Yes, you will be able to change the photo of you and your travelling companion. 


  • Can I use auto-renewal?
    A:

    Auto-renewal allowed customers to have their 1-year Railcards renew automatically 14 days before the expiry date using their existing debit/credit payment details.

    The auto-renewal option was removed from the website on 4 April 2019.

    The final auto-renewals were made on 3 April 2019 for Railcards expiring on 17 April 2019. Therefore, customers who selected auto-renewal when they purchased and have an expiry date after 17 April 2019, will need to renew through their online account instead.

    Some customers may have received an email saying that their Railcard would be renewed automatically, but if it has an expiry date after 17 April 2019, this will not have been attempted. Railcards can be renewed up to 30 days before their expiry date through an online account, by clicking the “RENEW” button and following the instructions from there.




Can't find an answer? Get in touch

If you are having problems purchasing your Railcard, or if you have comments about the Railcard service, call or email us. You can also write using the postal address. We're open from 0700hrs to 2200hrs everyday except Christmas Day.

[email protected]

 

Tel: 0345 3000 250

Calls cost no more than calls to geographic numbers (01 or 02) and may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes.

 

National Railcards
PO BOX 6616
Arbroath
DD11 9AR

 

Train Companies

If you have any questions concerning rail ticket prices or journey planning National Rail Enquiries will be happy to help you.

If you have any comments about a specific rail journey please contact the train company that provides the service. You can find their contact details by clicking on this link train company list.

 

Transport Focus

If, after contacting us, you remain unhappy with any aspect of our service you may want to contact the independent transport watchdog, Transport Focus. Contact details are shown below:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0300 123 0860

Freepost RTEH-XAGE-BYKZ
Transport Focus
PO Box 5594
Southend on Sea
SS1 9PZ

 
[email protected]

0345 3000 250

Calls cost no more than calls to geographic numbers (01 or 02) and may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes.

National Railcards
PO BOX 6616
Arbroath
DD11 9AR