Newcastle United have announced a new commercial partnership on Wednesday afternoon.

The partnership is with London North Eastern Railway (LNER).

The rail operator are offering Newcastle supporters a discount on selected train fares as part of the partnership.

These discounts applying to both matchdays and non-matchdays.

Details are below.

Newcastle United official announcement:

Newcastle United has welcomed train operator London North Eastern Railway – better known as LNER – as its new preferred travel partner.

As part of LNER’s support for the club, fans are being offered 25% off selected Advance fares on LNER routes using their official Newcastle United supporter number.

The discount is not restricted to matchdays, meaning it can be used at any time to explore the East Coast and destinations including Edinburgh, York and London.

To benefit from this discount, simply follow these easy steps:

Go to

Click ‘Book Now’ (don’t forget to read the Ts & Cs!)

Log in or enter your details to set yourself up as a new user

Enter NUFC followed by your supporter number, without spaces, as the promo code.

Click NEXT and book your journey.

This offer is available for booking and travel up to 23rd May 2019.

Terms, conditions and exclusions apply and full information can be found at

  • whitleylad

    No change there, then – the fans have been taken for a ride for the past eleven years.

  • mactoon

    On the LNER website:

    Newcastle to Wirral, Liverpool
    One way
    Friday 1 February

    Get it quick Rafa, they only have one ticket left but unfortunately you won’t be able to get the discount as you won’t be a NUFC member in February

    • Ram Kishore

      Quick research 😂

      • mactoon

        I thought he would need the help as he’ll be busy clearing his desk :)

    • mactoon


      I wonder who bought it…

  • Themoscow72

    More good news from Newcastle. Already have a two for one railcard myself but excellent news for those who do not. The club certainly knows to look after their supporters with ten year deals and now cheap train travel. Which other clubs do this.
    Also heard that Newcastle provided free transport for a disabled supporter to go from Gloucester to Watford and back amazing stuff and well done Newcastle United.

    • Rabid Dog

      Its a great idea. What was the other good news you were referring to when you wrote MORE good news….

      • Kenny


      • Geordiegiants

        Never read that sorry just posted the same thing.

    • Peaco

      Thanks Keith.

    • Toontaff

      2 for 1…….ha ha……you only pay for 6 seats, then!

    • Geordiegiants

      More???? Where was the rest like?!

  • Ron


  • Lord

    This must be the exciting commercial announcement Steve Howey was going on about.

    • Kneebotherm8


  • Leicester Mag

    Maybe we can borrow some of their excuses and blame our next defeat on the wrong type of grass?

  • Tony English

    So we (probably) can’t sign players due to the current mooted takeover, but we can sign commercial deals?

  • Geordiegiants

    Don’t the government own LNER now?

  • KennySamsung

    For trains that never turn up?