Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Merseyrail will be running a reduced timetable, with trains every 30 minutes on all lines. There are likely to be further amendments to our timetable over the coming weeks, and we encourage all customers to check before you travel. We ask passengers to follow government advice and avoid unnecessary travel. Our priority is to provide a service for key workers and essential journeys. There are changes to Wirral line services on Sunday 29th March, please check before you travel.
If you make regular journeys using more than one type of public transport in Merseyside, we offer a one day ticket that could save you money off standard fares. Covering bus, train and ferry, the Saveaway offers you flexibility to choose which modes of transport best suit your travel needs.
Tickets are valid for unlimited travel within your chosen area before 6.30am and after 9.30am Monday to Friday and all day Saturday, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Saveaway tickets can be used on the Mersey Ferries Direct Service after 9.30am. Saveaway should not be used on full River Explorer Ferry cruise route, but can be used on the River Explorer services just to travel between Liverpool and Wirral. Click here for the Mersey Ferry timetable.
Alternatively, if you are only planning to travel by train, our Day Saver is a better option.
Find out more information on Saveaway products and fares by downloading Merseytravel’s Guide to Saveaway Tickets below. Alternatively visit the Merseytravel website here.
From 1st of September 2017, passengers aged 18 years and under can purchase a Young Person's Saveaway ticket.
|Saveaway Fares||2 Zones / 1 Area||All Zones|
|Young Person (5-18yrs)||£2.40||£2.85|
Please Note: Saveaway tickets are now only availabe on Metro cards. Metro cards have a £1 activation fee.
For help with Areas and Zones, please click here.
Please note: Railcards are not valid for use with this product.
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