Stansted Express launches new mobile ticket service
STANSTED Express has launched a new and convenient ticketing by customers the opportunity to purchase tickets which can be sent direct to their smartphone.
The new mobile-ticket allows customers to book on-line and receive a text message, from which they can either use the web address in the text to retrieve the ticket in barcode form which can then be read by the on-board host, or on less-sophisticated mobile phones the text message can simply be shown.
Customers still have the option to book on-line and collect their ticket at the station or use the print at home service but by booking online, passengers can get �1 off the single and �2 off the return fare – and without a booking fee.
Marketing manager for Stansted Express Adrian Warren said: “Travelling to and from an Airport can at times be a stressful experience and we are continually looking at ways to make travel easier.
“The new mobile-ticket service is already proving popular in complementing the e-ticket Print at Home service and has been well received by both our inbound and outbound audiences in speeding-up their time at the station as they continue with their onward journey.
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“With trains every 15 minutes, it really is the fastest way to arrive and depart Stansted Airport.”
To book on-line, for up-to-date travel information, on-line registration and the latest offers and promotions, customers using Stansted Express should visit fastersgettingbetter.com
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