Where to buy


You can save yourself time by buying your Two Together Railcard online . The only things you'll need are:

  • Two separate digital photos (one for each person named on the Railcard) saved to your computer
  • A debit or credit card


What happens next?

Digital Railcard: if you buy a digital Railcard, you'll be sent a code and once you download the Railcard app and upload the card onto your phone, you can start using it straight away.

Physical Railcard: we aim to dispatch your Railcard within one working day of you ordering it, but it’s probably best to allow up to five working days for your Railcard to arrive. It’ll be sent out free of charge by UK Mail, but if you prefer, you have the option to pay for Special Delivery. 

You have the option of paying £6.50 for our Special Delivery service. Providing you have placed your order before 1600hrs this will guarantee that your Railcard is delivered within two days (Monday to Thursday) or three days (Friday to Sunday).

If your delivery address is outside Britain, your Railcard will be despatched by Royal Mail. Delivery times are:
• Europe: 3-5 working days

• World zone 1 Americas, Africa Asia: 5-7 working days

• World zone 2 Australia and New Zealand: 5-7 working days

You’ll need to have your Railcard with you to be able to get a discount on your rail ticket, so be sure to leave enough time before your journey for the Railcard to reach you.

Travelling today? You’re better off buying a digital Railcard or over the counter at a staffed National Rail station.


At a staffed station ticket office

You can buy a Two Together Railcard at any National Rail staffed station ticket office or National Rail-licensed Travel Agent. You can do it on the day you are travelling, just ensure the ticket office is open.

There are usually application forms available at stations, but in order to save time it’s a good idea to fill in the form before you get there. You can print and fill in the application form which is available to download here and bring it with you.

If you're applying at a station, here's what you'll need to do:

  • Complete an application form
  • Provide two separate passport-sized photos, one of yourself and one of the other named cardholder

Please note that Railcards can’t usually be bought at stations operated by London Underground but which also service some National Rail routes. The exceptions to this are: Harrow & Wealdstone, Kenton, South Kenton, North Wembley, Wembley Central, Stonebridge Park, Harlesden, Kensal Green Queens Park, Gunnersbury and Kew Gardens.


You can also update your details here.


Don't forget you must be able to show your digital Railcard when buying tickets and travelling.

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