London Commute

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daily commute is important. It’s stressful and expensive yet essential for many in a city as expansive as London. The most popular and most commonly used form of transport in the city is the tube. Having been around for 150 years and transporting up to 1.265 billion passengers annually it has quite a job to do. But let us compare this to some other major cities around the world, how do you think London Underground would perform, considering we’ve just got wi-fi and are awaiting 24 hours usage?

For instance, a 7-day Metrocard in New York, one of the most expensive cities on earth, costs just , thats about £19. AND in Paris, a weekly Metro pass costs around £16, which covers the whole city…well not the airports. Here in London, a 7-day Travelcard costs £31.40 for just Zones 1-2, rising up to £49.40 if you need to travel further afield. That’s where Commuter Club comes in and are here to save you money.


So you see, we think the deal breaker here comes down to cost. Let us introduce to you Commuter Club, who have sprung up to help people take advantage of the bulk savings without dropping a fortune in one go. They pay the yearly fee for you and you pay them back every month and add a small fee on top to keep them going. If you buy Zone 1-2 Travelcards, for example, you’ll spend £1452 over a year, but with Commuter Club you’ll pay a total of £1326.34…that’s the annual cost from TfL plus a £70.34 fee over twelve months. With Commuter Club you are also free to cancel anytime and still keep your savings…ideal if you are in-between jobs for some ‘downtime’ or taking time out travelling. This is also classed as a loan so you’ll start to build up a positive credit rating.

There’s more too…being an annual ticket holder bags you a Network Rail card for £1 instead of the usual £30. You can see the full list of benefits here. We’re telling you now that you’d save at least £125. So save yourself a few extra pennies using the discount code ‘LODNOTI’ and sign up today.

Credit Limit: £1200. Interest: £67 Total payable: £1267 in 11 monthly instalments of £115. Representative 10.6% APR. Interest rate: 5.6% pa (variable)