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Unread 17-12-2007, 15:52   #1
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Does anyone know how much a weekly ticket from Newbridge to Hueston is and can this ticket be also used for a journey from Connolly to Skerries?
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Unread 17-12-2007, 16:03   #2
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Don't have weekly to hand but Newbridge Heuston is 154 per month add 18.80 for the 90/91/92/Luas to the city centre, thats all on one ticket

Its not valid to Skerries

Newbridge - Heuston - 90/91/92/Luas - Connolly - Skerries is available upon request as a weekly or annual ticket, that would be about 220 euro per month
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Unread 17-12-2007, 16:28   #3
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Thanks for the reply. I just need to get weekly tickets until the end of the month when I go onto the tax saver scheme. Being valid to Skerries would have been a nice bonus but not required.
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Unread 17-12-2007, 16:32   #4
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Just to follow up to myself: I rang the Irish Rail enquiry line and after getting over the shock of hearing my uncle do the hold message, a very nice lady was able to tell me that it's €42.50 a week.
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Just to follow up to myself: I rang the Irish Rail enquiry line and after getting over the shock of hearing my uncle do the hold message, a very nice lady was able to tell me that it's €42.50 a week.
But you had to ring since IE can't be bothered to provide the details online
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Unread 17-12-2007, 16:59   #6
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True. Incidentally, have Ticketmaster been dropped as ticket vendors for Irish Rail? It doesn't seem possible to buy any tickets online at the moment.
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Unread 17-12-2007, 22:31   #7
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True. Incidentally, have Ticketmaster been dropped as ticket vendors for Irish Rail? It doesn't seem possible to buy any tickets online at the moment.
Possibly because of: http://www.railusers.ie/forum/showthread.php?t=3475
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