Northampton Saints partner with London Northwestern Railway

Northampton Saints have announced a new partnership with London Northwestern Railway, which means supporters will be able to skip the traffic jams, dodge the roadworks and arrive relaxed and ready in time for kick-off.

As official rail partner for Northampton Saints, London Northwestern Railway – which operates between Liverpool and Birmingham via London Euston – will be providing the Club’s supporters with access to a number of exclusive offers throughout the duration of the partnership.

London Northwestern Railway’s 50% off promotion will give Season Ticket Holders half-price off matchday travel to and from participating stations.

Hoping that it will tackle congestion and encourage fans to make the conversion from car to train travel, this is just one of several promotions planned as part of the two-year partnership.

Ulundi Makhanya, Head of Commercial Partnerships at Northampton Saints, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with London Northwestern Railway and to have them on board as a rail partner.

“London Northwestern Railway routes include many towns that are home to Season Ticket Holders, and hopefully this great deal will give them the additional convenience of travelling to home games by train.

“We are looking forward to working closely with London Northwestern in the coming months to find new ways in which we can help our supporters even further.”

Tim Bullock, Sales and Partnerships Manager at London Northwestern Railway, said: “We’re thrilled to be the official rail partner for Northampton Saints, working closely with the club over the next two years to provide supporters with some fantastic offers and discounts.

“We’re huge rugby fans here at London Northwestern Railway and it’s great to see the Club doing well in the Premiership.

“With Franklin’s Gardens just a 15-minute walk from Northampton Train Station, we hope this partnership will massively benefit fans and make it easier for them to see their favourite team in the flesh for less.”

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