Saving money on your commute

Commuting long distances to work can be chaotic, but it’s even busier now that more people are using public services. Trains are crippled due to excessive use, and passengers are left stranded on the platforms because of it. On top of that? Rail fares are not cheap, and they are consistently rising. Poor service and extortionate fees have left people wondering how they can save money on their commute to work. Whether you take the train or are hoping to drive to work, you need to save some cash.


With that in mind, I’ve got some ways you can save money while you commute to work.

Let’s take a look:

Yearly Tickets

If you are heading to work on the train every day, think about getting an annual season ticket. Some employers offer incentives like 0% interest loans to help with your travel, so enquire about it! They can only say no.


Car or motorbike, you can save some money by being clever. Firstly, make sure that you know of companies like so that when your bike has a little wear and tear to deal with, you’re not spending excessive amounts of parts.

Secondly, carpool if you can. Saving money while still getting to work on time is essential, and you don’t deserve to pay through the nose just to get to your job.

Think Ahead

Do you have a long commute to work? Most who do buy snacks and drinks at the bus or train station, which can take way more cash than necessary. Snacking on a commute is a small joy for those who do it, but the cost is extortionate. Start planning ahead and bringing snacks with you to work, and you’ll save cash and use your own food.


Other than the train or car, or even motorbike, you could instead cycle to work if you’re not too far. Not only are you reducing your carbon footprint, but you’re also saving cash and getting in the exercise you need every day to keep your heart healthy. Don’t panic about the cost of a bike, either. It will likely pay you back over time when you’re not spending money on train fares and snacks on the way to work!

Get A Refund

Did you know that you are entitled to a refund if you are subjected to delayed trains and late services? Most people don’t bother to enquire about those, and it’s causing them to spend way more money than necessary. If you’ve noticed that you are spending a lot of money on your commute, then it’s only fair that you do what you can to get the money back.

Commuting shouldn’t be draining your bank balance, and if it is, you’re doing it wrong. There are many ways to commute: which one is easier on both you and your wallet?

The time is now for finding out.

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