TREAT YOURSELF TO A LONG WEEKEND

Our brand new Long Weekender return train tickets make trips to London easier than ever. Travel on a Friday and return on a Monday on off peak Hull Trains services. Long Weekender tickets can be a cheaper alternative to buying two Advance singles, and are cheaper than similar open ticket types including Anytime Returns.
 
Travel to London for £65 or less from Hull, Brough, Howden or Selby. Long Weekender tickets are valid Standard Class in both directions between our Yorkshire stations and London King's Cross. Better yet, because our Long Weekender tickets are off peak tickets, you’ll get more flexibility than if you were to book Advance tickets.

To book your Long Weekender ticket, search for a return journey and click the return tickets tab.

How Do Long Weekender Tickets Work?

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Choose Your Stations

Travel with Hull Trains between Hull, Brough, Howden or Selby and London King’s Cross.

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Make a Return Search

Make a return journey search, choose your outward train & click the return tab to see the Long Weekender ticket.

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Travel Off Peak

Travel on Fridays & return on Mondays on off peak Hull Trains services (see off peak times below).

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Save More With a Railcard

Save more by using a railcard when you buy a Long Weekender return ticket.

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What are Long Weekender tickets?

Long Weekender Return tickets are a type of Off Peak Return ticket – you’ll see the ticket referenced as the Long Weekender ticket in the booking flow, so you know what to select when you make your booking.

These tickets are a great option for weekend trips to London, giving you flexibility on your travel.

When making your booking, search for a return journey and click the return tickets tab where you'll find the Long Weekender ticket available to select on Off Peak services.

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How much are Long Weekender tickets?

Hull to London King’s Cross return: £65 Standard Class

Brough to London King’s Cross return: £65 Standard Class

Howden to London King’s Cross return: £54 Standard Class

Selby to London King’s Cross return: £50 Standard Class

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Where can I travel using a Long Weekender ticket?

Hull Trains Long Weekender tickets are available to book to or from London King’s Cross from the following stations:

Hull, Brough, Howden or Selby

These tickets are valid in both directions, meaning you can start your journey from the above stations or start your journey from London King’s Cross.

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When can I travel using a Long Weekender ticket?

Travel on a Friday and return on a Monday with a Long Weekender ticket. Peak time restrictions have been lifted on Fridays until further notice so you can travel at any time on a Friday with a Long Weekender Ticket.

On Mondays, travel at any time except: 15:48 from London King’s Cross and 06:26 from Hull.

More details on Off Peak train times and ticket validity can be found here

LONG WEEKENDER TRAIN TICKET FAQS

Long Weekender tickets are return train tickets valid on off peak Hull Trains services – travel on a Friday, return on a Monday. They are a great option for weekend trips to London as they are a flexible train ticket option.
Easily book a Long Weekender ticket on the Hull Trains website or app. Travel from Hull, Brough, Howden or Selby to London King's Cross (available in both directions).

Make a return journey search, departing on Friday and returning on Monday. 
- On desktop, click the return tickets tab to view all return ticket types, and select the Long Weekender ticket. 
- On our app, select your off peak services, scroll to see other ticket types, and select the Long Weekender ticket. 
Our Long Weekender return tickets can be used in both directions between Hull, Brough, Howden or Selby and London King’s Cross. You can start your journey in London or one of the above Yorkshire stations. You must travel on Hull Trains services and in Standard Class for this ticket to be valid.
If you’re looking for a ticket with flexibility, Long Weekender tickets are perfect for your trip. These tickets offer flexible travel, avoiding the peak times which are normally the busier services.

Long Weekender tickets can be a cheaper alternative to buying two Advance singles. Remember, Advance tickets are for travel on a specific train meaning you have no flexibility when you travel.

They are also cheaper than similar open ticket types including Anytime Returns.
Travel on a Friday and return on a Monday with a Long Weekender ticket. 
 
Long Weekender tickets are not valid on:
Mondays on the 06:26 Hull Trains service from Hull
Mondays on the 15:48 Hull Trains service from London King’s Cross

Peak time restrictions have been lifted on Fridays until further notice so you can travel at any time on a Friday.

More details can be found on our Off Peak Tickets page.
Yes, you can apply a railcard to save even more money on a Long Weekender ticket. Simply apply your railcard at the time of booking.

Long Weekender Terms and Conditions

1. Hull Trains Long Weekender tickets are off peak return tickets valid on off peak Hull Trains services only, subject to availability.
2. Valid for outward travel on Fridays and return travel on Mondays until further notice, on valid off peak services only.
3. Valid only in Standard Class on Hull Trains services.
4. Hull Trains Long Weekender tickets are valid in both directions between Hull, Brough, Howden or Selby and London King’s Cross.
5. Railcard discounts can be applied at the time of purchase.
6. Long Weekender tickets can be amended if required. Amendments to travel plans may be possible up to the day before travel; a change of journey fee may apply.

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