Londoners: Gift Yourself A Month Of Free Travel This Christmas

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Londoners: Gift Yourself A Month Of Free Travel This Christmas

This is a sponsored article on behalf of CommuterClub.

For a Londoner, few things are more important than their Oyster card. It's their very own key to the city, not just getting them to work on a daily basis, but also out and about exploring the city's galleries, museums, bars and restaurants.

But the cost of that Oyster card keeps on getting more expensive — prices are going up by an exorbitant 3.5% on 2 January 2018 (that's the equivalent of two weeks of travel), meaning more money spent on travel and less on doing the things you love.

Don't let it ruin your Christmas though. Sign up to CommuterClub to get all the savings of an annual ticket without having to cough up all that money in one go. You'll pay 11 monthly instalments. And — a little present for you — the 12th month is free.

Members save an average of £300 by switching to CommuterClub's smart monthly subscription.

Sign up before Christmas to dodge that ghastly fare hike and continue paying 2017 prices well into 2018 — you might have to commute, but you don't have to overpay.

That means more money to spend on Christmas gifts for family and friends this year — and a gift of a month of free travel for you.

Want to explore more of London and beyond in 2018? When you sign up to CommuterClub, you'll also get a free Gold Card, which'll give you 1/3 off National Rail fares, and 2-for-1 entry to attractions including the Tower of London and St Paul's Cathedral.

Don't keep it to yourself though — CommuterClub has a referral scheme which means you'll earn yourself £20 for every friend who joins. That'll buy a few mince pies (or a bottle of sherry for your gran). Plus, there are special bonuses that mean you can make up to £170 if five friends sign up.

Get buying before the 2018 fare increase — purchasing now means you'll be able to lock-in the 2017 rates before January's rise. Londonist readers can also get £20 off when signing up to CommuterClub here.

Cheaper. More Flexible. You'd be a Christmas pudding to not join CommuterClub.

Representative example: Credit limit: £1,200. Interest: £67 Total payable: £1,267 in 11 monthly instalments of £115. Representative 10.6% APR. Interest rate: 5.6% pa (variable).

Last Updated 28 November 2017