Get on the Just Park app there was loads of safe driveways with 5 star reviews from football fans a couple of weeks ago. It’s the way to go if you drive to away gamesGoing to make it another weekender, but dare I drive with the hope of finding somewhere safe to park.
Simon W thought it was on the same route. So it made some sense to post on that basis, but obviously none once it was pointed out to be a different route.But not to somewhere else! We are buying tickets to Liverpool and they are buying tickets on a completely different route and travelling in a different direction.
Simon W thought it was on the same route. So it made some sense to post on that basis, but obviously none once it was pointed out to be a different route.
Got mine for £55/night but outside of the city centre so depends on whether you want to pay more for city centre or are prepared to meander in before/after the game. Think my hotel is only 2.5 miles from Anfield so no issues thereWord of warning if you are planning to stay Saturday night in Liverpool - the hotel prices are exorbitant - but currently half the price on the Friday night for a pre match overnight.
Hotel prices in central Liverpool for the Sat are very steep. At least £170 for a room at Prem Inn!
And impact is:
|Euston 07:03(07:03)||Liverpool Lime Street High Level 09:20(09:20)|
|Euston 08:03(08:03)||Liverpool Lime Street High Level 10:19(10:19)|
|Euston 09:07(09:07)||Liverpool Lime Street High Level 11:20(11:20)|
|Euston 10:07(10:07)||Liverpool Lime Street High Level 12:19(12:19)|
|Euston 11:07(11:07)||Liverpool Lime Street High Level 13:19(13:19)|
Split your ticket at Crewe, saves a fair whack of money.
(Based on looking at MK to Liverpool Lime Street on the latest Saturday available when I looked over the weekend).
Don't do it to yourself.For split ticketers it may have an impact on prices for the Euston-Crewe leg of the journey (or wherever one chooses to split).
Don't do it to yourself.
Let's see what Avanti come up with when they finally release their advance tickets.
The split ticket you mention is the very slow train I mentioned in post 1. It doesn't even need to be booked in advance so would be a good backup (unless you have found something a lot cheaper than £49.10 adult).
Or maybe you are suggesting waiting for the advance ticket and splitting your journey. Will certainly try that when the time comes!
Just been released. £160 for two adults and two kids with F&F railcard. Get in at 12:19 leave at 18:47