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Heathrow Express Reduced Fares!

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Finally, lower prices for HEX! Potential for significant savings if you can buy far enough in advance.

http://www.businesstravelerusa.com/news/heathrow-express-adds-a-90-day-advanced-purchas

Heathrow Express Adds a 90 Day Advanced Purchase Fare
Published: 16/09/2015
Heathrow Express has launched a new ticket pricing structure that includes a £6.99 single fare for advance bookings made between three and six months in advance.
The advance fare is some 74 per cent cheaper than the £26.50 cost of buying an Express Saver Single ticket onboard the train itself on the day of travel.
A Business First ticket bought at least 90 days in advance of travel costs £9.99, or £18.00 for a return, compared to £29.50/£53.00 if bought on the train itself.

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