Save Money And Lock In Fares With CommuterClub

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Save Money And Lock In Fares With CommuterClub

This is a sponsored article on behalf of Commuter Club.

Buying an Annual Travelcard can save you hundreds of pounds, if you have the money to pay for it upfront.

CommuterClub is a new way to access the big discounts offered by the annual ticket with all the flexibility of buying monthly. It’s a simple loan, repaid in 11 monthly instalments, which could save you around £150* a year.

With fares set to rise by 3.5% in 2015, now is the time to lock in current prices and save on the cost of your commute.

Check out how much you could save and join the club at

*Londonist Lindsey is saving £171 a year with CommuterClub on her zone 1-3 Travelcard, assuming fares rise by 3.5% in January. Even if fares did stay the same, she'd still be saving £137.57 compared to buying monthly tickets. She's also chuffed with a third off rail travel with her Gold Card.

Last Updated 02 September 2014

Michael C Hall

Whilst season ticket loan type deals can help to spread the cost of annual travel over 12 months and no doubt save you money by getting a discount on the annual fare they do not really stop you being subject to the annual rises. Come twelve months time you still need to pay the following years increased fare.

Vani Aul

The unique thing about CommuterClub is that it does lock the
current fares for an year. You lock in fares for the next 12 months, keeping
current prices even after TfL raise prices in January. For details, you may
refer this FAQ ( What are the savings for a London commuter? ) on this page: