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thetrainline.com launches new tool for football fans

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09/07/2013
A new tool that alerts football fans when the cheapest train tickets to games become available has been unveiled by thetrainline.com.

With the new free tool, fans who want to get to games on the cheapest ticket will be able to select their football team and the games they’re interested in.

The tool will then give details of the cheapest available tickets and, if they’re not on sale yet, will send an email when new train tickets are released.

Iain Hildreth, director of marketing at thetrainline.com, said: “With the football fixtures for the 2013/14 season now released, we understand that the costs of following your team across the country can add up.”

“We’ve created the free Matchday Train Ticket Alert tool so that we can help fans to save money on the cost of travelling to games.”

Fans are reminded that advance train tickets, generally the cheapest available, typically go on sale 12 weeks in ahead of travel.

The Match day ticket alerts tool can be found at – www.thetrainline.com/ticketalert/football/

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