|Train options for Bristol 07:39 - Jan 9 with 534 views||ihowells|
It looks like tickets are £36 if going for an off peak return from Swansea but there is a cheaper option. Get a bus and train ticket on a bus on the day and this will get you to High St station and back from anywhere in the vicinity. This will cover you on any train as far as Newport on Saturdays. Then in advance buy an off peak day return from Newport to Bristol Temple Meads for £12.70.
Job done for £22.70 and why lace First Great Ripp Off's back pockets?
|Train options for Bristol on 08:52 - Jan 9 with 513 views||builthjack|
Theres always the Swans Travel Club option of £17 for non members and £13 for members if budget counts.
|Train options for Bristol on 11:27 - Jan 9 with 480 views||ihowells|
Yes that's true, although there may be a few that fancies a beer before or after the game.
Plus you won't have to wait for hours in a remote carpal waiting for the police escort to lead the way! 😊
|Train options for Bristol on 14:08 - Jan 9 with 460 views||PJackArmy|
Or you could just split the train tickets up to make it cheaper, Swansea to Cardiff and then Cardiff to bristol temple meads is already down to £25 straight away, they'll be lots of other ways to split it up and reduce the price further
|Train options for Bristol on 18:14 - Jan 9 with 422 views||stevethejack|
Booked early - £11 return from Swansea
the other 4 I bought tickets for
|Train options for Bristol on 19:25 - Jan 12 with 270 views||chris948776|
My train ticket cost £23.25 to person street station
|Train options for Bristol on 00:33 - Jan 13 with 222 views||hammondez5|
Fella you can do it for £25 on the train. Just ask for two day returns, one from Swansea to Cardiff and one from Cardiff to Bristol - it’s cheaper that way as two different train companies but they don’t tell you that when you buy the ticket on the day. I live in Bristol and do that when seeing home games.