New figures have revealed that passengers using the Two Together Railcard have saved more than £20 million in the last year.
The rail industry launched the railcard to encourage people to travel by train rather than car. Two passengers can save a third off ticket prices when they travel together using the railcard.
Since its launch in March 2014, over 215,000 Two Together railcards have been sold. On average, users have made savings of £127.48 per person over the last 12 months.
Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin said: “The Two Together railcard helps cut the cost of travel, and I hope many more people will take advantage of schemes like this and make the most of our railways.”