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Greater Anglia launches Autumn Hare Fares

Greater Anglia has launched special Autumn ‘Hare Fares’ from just £10 return for a limited time.

The new ‘Hare Fares’ offer passengers off-peak returns across the Greater Anglia network with three zones and three simple return prices: £10, £15 and £20, with children travelling for just £2 return each.

There is no limit on the number of tickets, but they must be booked between 11 October and 30 October for travel between 12 October and 2 December.

Example Hare Fare ticket prices:

  • £10 return: Cambridge to London, Chelmsford to London, Norwich to Cambridge
  • £15 return: Chelmsford to Ipswich, Colchester to London, Southend to Colchester
  • £20 return: Chelmsford to Norwich, Norwich to London, Shenfield to Norwich

Martin Moran, Greater Anglia commercial, customer services and train presentation director, said: “Travelling by train is cheaper than you think, and our new bargain Hare Fares mean people can travel for less this autumn.

“Our region has so much to offer and whether it’s a trip to the city or coast, shopping or sightseeing, we’re giving people more money to spend on having a great time by helping them save money on their train fare.

“Hare Fares can be purchased throughout half term too, so families can enjoy great days out. Greater Anglia has a range of great value fares and up to four children can travel for just £2 each way with any adult.”

‘Hare Fares’ are available as standard off-peak advance tickets only and can only be booked online exclusively at or via the Greater Anglia app, where customers can purchase tickets without booking fees.

‘Hare Fares’ are not valid on journeys wholly within the Oyster card area zones 1-6. Standard advance refunds rules apply.

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