Deliver Your News to the World urges students to book Christmas trip home early is encouraging students to book their Christmas trip home early to save up to 80% on their rail fares.

WEBWIRE, the award winning online travel retailer, is gearing up for the festive season by encouraging students to book their return home for Christmas early. offers up to 80% discount on advance rail fares ensuring students will not be left in the lurch come December.

Red spotted hanky offers peace of mind to students planning to spend the festive season with family and friends by offering huge savings and guaranteed seats on busy holiday trains with no booking fees, credit/debit card fees or delivery fees.

Through, shown by Which? to be the cheapest independent retailer of train tickets, students can book their Christmas travel now to access discounts of up to 80%. 16-25 railcard discounts also apply to many advanced fares. also offers the unique opportunity to earn loyalty points on all bookings that can be redeemed against future travel.

James Bain, director at said: “With the festive season fast approaching we are on hand to ensure that students can return home to loved ones easily and cheaply. At we are committed to making life easier for travellers, so we are urging students to book early to enjoy huge discounts on busy holiday trains.”

Bain continued: “Students are infamous for poor money management. We are giving students the opportunity to access savings of up to 80% on advanced fares long before their student loans run out. wishes stress free Christmas travel to all.”

About is an online travel retailer, providing an easy way for leisure and business travellers to compare and book cheap rail tickets online, and to save up to 80% on the cost of tickets booked in advance. Most notably, offers something truly unique when buying train tickets online: it is the first ever British online retailer to offer loyalty points that can be redeemed against future train travel for any journey in Great Britain. For regular train travellers in these cash-strapped times, participation in the loyalty scheme would allow them to earn points for redemption against future rail travel and be rewarded beyond the price of a single ticket.’s loyalty programme - the first and only rewards scheme available for train travel - allows travellers to earn points for redemption against future rail travel. won the Innovation category at the 2011 National Rail Awards. The judges were particularly impressed by’s efforts to increase footfall at railway stations nationwide and to get the best deal for customers.

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