This is a sponsored article on behalf of CommuterClub.
The cost of commuting keeps rising. Currently, half of Londoners spend an average of two months' rent a year on it. But rather than live off baked beans, why not save serious money with CommuterClub — all the benefits of an annual travelcard, with the flexibility of monthly payments. And this is not just for Londoners. Any UK commuter can get some chunky savings with CommuterClub
With fares set to increase by 2% yet again, now's the time to sign up.
CommuterClub offers flexible monthly payments for an annual travelcard. Bought annually, travelcards are significantly better value than their monthly or weekly alternatives, but the upfront cost ranging anywhere from £1,500 to £10,000 can be a little hard to swallow.
75.9% of London commuters say the one thing that would most improve their journeys would be cheaper travel — this is where CommuterClub can help.
With CommuterClub, the cost is spread out over 11 payments, and travel in your 12th month is completely free. Rather than a monthly zones 1-4 travelcard, which would set you back £178.60 a month for 12 months, an annual zones 1-4 travelcard bought with CommuterClub is just 11 payments of £177.
The benefits of CommuterClub are not just limited to the underground. Any UK commuter can tap into this generous offering.
Better yet, customers also receive a free Gold Card, giving them 1/3 off National Rail fares and a plethora of 2 for 1 offers in the capital such as entry to the Tower of London and St Paul's Cathedral.
Get buying before a 2017 fare increase — purchasing now means you'll be able to lock-in the 2016 rates before January's rise.
Cheaper. More Flexible: joining CommuterClub is a no-brainer.
Statistics are based on the October 2016 London Commuter Index.
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)