Save 20% Off Food & Drink At UK Railway Stations With The BiTE Card

Posted on December 22nd, 2007 in Money Saving Tips by Stephanie

If you usually grab a coffee and danish on your way to work at the local train station, using the BiTE Card can save you 20%!  The BiTE card is a discount card which is valid at most railway stations in the UK at food outlets including Burger King, Upper Crust, Delice de France, Millie’s Cookies, Caffe Ritazza and many more.  The card is free and can be ordered online from here.  It is valid for a year (after which you will automatically be sent a new one) and it could save you loads!

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10 Comments »

2007-12-24 00:29:12

I’ll have to try that out!

 
Comment by Thomas
2008-01-02 13:47:41

thanks for sharing, I will try it out!

 
Comment by Dentist
2008-01-03 09:16:54

That sounds really good! I’m going to have to try it for myself.

 
Comment by Cuban Cigars
2008-01-07 11:05:40

Have ordered the card online and will let you know ! Thanks

 
Comment by Planet Apex
2008-01-12 00:10:02

wOW, your whole site is full of writing about free stuff. I wish it was so in my country. you are lucky to be a Englishman :(

 
Comment by Tattoo Designs
2008-01-14 00:40:36

I hadn’t heard about this card until today. I will be heading on down to get mine. It looks like it’s only used in the main stations judging by the list on their site. But 20% is 20%
Cheers

 
Comment by El Yanqui
2008-01-14 17:39:06

Doh! I wish it included Oi! Bagels at Marylebone. Oh well, at least it covers a coffee shop. I will order it and give it a go.

 
Comment by Blender shop
2009-03-26 15:21:05

To bad these are not available where I live !

– Kashif

 
Comment by jerry
2010-03-02 08:18:10

This is best way to save money on coffee, sad i cant have it :-(

 
Comment by yemek tarifleri
2010-11-19 01:08:06

Have ordered the card online and will let you know ! Thanks

 
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