Cheaper Birmingham Train Tickets
Railsaver offers you the cheapest combination of Birmingham train fares at a glance so you do not need to search around for cheap train tickets from and to Birmingham stations.
Booking the cheapest available train ticket for travel to Birmingham by rail is quick and easy when you use the Railsaver National Rail Journey Planner above.
All you need to do is enter your from and to station, select your travel dates, choose your preferred departure and arrival time and then click the 'Find Tickets' button.
Railsaver will search for and display the cheapest combinations of train fares, including any intermediate connections, to get you from Birmingham on the dates and for travel times that you have selected.
The Railsaver Birmingham cheap train ticket search and booking form above also shows which Birmingham train operator each fare is with, so you can choose who to travel with where there's a choice of operator.
For more information, including live Birmingham train times, ticket availability, arrival times and departures times or to just get Birmingham New Street train ticket fares simply enter your Birmingham rail journey details in the train fare quote box above.
Birmingham New Street Train Station
Birmingham New Street is the largest and busiest of the railway stations serving Birmingham, England and is a central hub of the British railway system for trains to and from Birmingham.
Birmingham New Street is a major destination for Virgin Trains services from London to Glasgow and Edinburgh via the West Coast Main Line and the national hub of the Cross Country network.
Birmingham New Street Railway Station is the gateway for long-distance trains serving destinations from Aberdeen to Penzance and connecting major cities such as Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Cambridge, Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth, Leicester, Nottingham, Cardiff, Reading, Basingstoke, Southampton, Bournemouth, Sheffield, Stansted Airport and Stoke-on-Trent. It is also a major hub for local and suburban services within the West Midlands, including those on the Cross City Line between Lichfield and Redditch and the Chase Line to Walsall and Rugeley.
Birmingham New Street is the eighth busiest railway station in the UK and the busiest outside London, with 31.2 million passenger entries and exits between April 2011 and March 2012.It is also the busiest interchange station outside London, with over 5.1 million passengers changing trains at the station annually. Rail travel from Birmingham New Street is fast and convenient.
Birmingham Train Operators and Routes
The following train operating companies operate the National Rail services to and from Birmingham New Street railway station:
The Monday to Saturday off-peak service in trains per hour from Birmingham New Street is as follows:
3tph to London Euston via Coventry
1tph to Glasgow Central or Edinburgh Waverley (alternating each hour) via Preston
2tph to Manchester Piccadilly via Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent
2tph to Bristol Temple Meads, one of which continues to Plymouth and some as far as Penzance
2tph to Nottingham via Derby
2tph to Leicester, one of which continues to Stansted Airport
2tph to Reading via Oxford, some of which continue to Southampton Central or Bournemouth
1tph to Cardiff Central via Gloucester and Newport
1tph to Newcastle Central via Sheffield and Doncaster
1tph to Edinburgh Waverley via Leeds and Newcastle Central, continuing alternately to Glasgow Central or Aberdeen
6tph southbound to Longbridge, two of which continue to Redditch
6tph northbound to Four Oaks, four of which extend to Lichfield City and two to Lichfield Trent Valley
5tph to Wolverhampton (2 of which continue to Liverpool and 1 to Shrewsbury
4tph to Walsall, one of which continues to Rugeley Trent Valley
3tph to Northampton, two of which continue to London Euston
2tph to Liverpool Lime Street via Crewe
1tph to Birmingham International
1tph to Hereford via Bromsgrove and Worcester Foregate Street
1tph to Shrewsbury
1tph to Birmingham International
1tph to Shrewsbury, continuing alternately to Chester and Holyhead or Aberystwyth/Pwllheli
Other Birmingham Rail Stations
- Birmingham Moor Street Rail Station
Moor Street, Queensway, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 348
- Birmingham Snow Hill Rail Station
24 Livery St Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 2Pa
- Bordesley Rail Station
Bedford Rd, Birmingham, West Midlands, B9 4HF
- Duddeston Rail Station Birmingham Vauxhall
6 Duddeston Mill Rd, West Midlands, B7 4Su
- Adderley Park Rail Station Birmingham
Bordesley Green Rd, Birmingham, West Midlands B8 1By
Pay Less for Birmingham Train Tickets
Follow our simple suggestions below and you may be able to save up to 80%* on your Birmingham train tickets:
- Get organised - Advance Birmingham train tickets may be available up to 12 weeks ahead - book these cheap Birmingham train tickets early, as there's limited availability and you can't buy them on the day of travel
- Traveling long distance - find great savings on Advance tickets for rail journeys from Birmingham
- Avoid peak times - travel off-peak for more comfort and cheaper Birmingham train ticket
- Decide exactly when you'd like to travel, and book Advance tickets. They're cheap, but they're not flexible; so make sure of your travel date and time before booking your Birmingham rail tickets
- Consider buying two Single tickets instead of a Return - two Singles Birmingham train tickets may work out cheaper (Railsaver automatically does this check for you).
Split Your Birmingham Train Ticket
Splitting your Birmingham train ticket is another great way to save money - even if you book your split your Birmingham rail tickets on the day of departure. To see how much you can save by splitting your Birmingham train ticket use the automated Railsaver Split Ticket search and booking service that you will find here.