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Thames Clippers have recently announced those cruising to work in London will save 20% on season tickets - giving you a good reason to abandon the Underground commute.

Thames Clippers have recently announced those cruising to work will save 20% on season tickets.

New Thames Clippers commuters can save 20% on a week’s or month’s season ticket when claimed by 8 March 2020, saving money while taking to the river for a commute that’s fast, convenient and comfortable. Yes, winter might be cold, but that doesn’t make this route less desirable – if anything it means no boiling in your coat and thermals as you sit on the boiling tube.

Taking up the offer also means trying out London’s happiest commute, according to research by the University of Greenwich. Looking into the links between commuting and wellbeing, the study shows that those who travel to and from work by boat are happiest.

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Looks like more space than the Tube to us

You even get to sit in a cosy heated cabin in the winter and cool air con in summer, a guaranteed seat and outdoor space to get the breeze in your hair.

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The licensed on-board bar means commuters can also enjoy a coffee and a bite to eat or a post-work tipple on the way home. You can’t get that on the Tube.

The latest timetable now includes later sailings with the last westbound service to London Eye (Waterloo) Pier departing North Greenwich Pier at 22:50 and the last eastbound service to Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Pier departing Westminster Pier at 23:45.

The Take the Thames offer features 20% savings on weekly and monthly season tickets on the free Thames Clippers Tickets app: for example, a Central and East monthly season ticket costs £106.84, saving more than £25.

Available to new customers and those who have not purchased a season ticket via the Thames Clippers Tickets app since 31 March 2019, claim the offer no later than 8 Mar 2020 (inclusive), find out more at thamesclippers.com/takethethames.

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