The launch of the eagerly-anticipated 26-30 Railcard has been put back.
In October it was announced that the discount card, which entitles holders to a third off train fares for leisure travel, would be going on permanent sale at the end of the year after a successful trial in early 2018 when a limited number were made available and quickly sold out.
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However the launch has now been delayed until 2019 after its administrators realised that it would have gone on sale over a Bank Holiday weekend during the Christmas period.
It will now be available to download on January 2.
The card costs £30 per year and you must have the Railcard app to purchase it - paper copies aren't available.
A Tweet from Railcards said:
"We intended to launch the 26-30 Railcard by the end of the year, given how timings have worked out this would mean launching it over a bank holiday. When the 26-30 Railcard goes on sale we want to be able to provide you with the best possible experience. It will go on sale 2nd Jan."