Following the limited release of the 26 to 30-year-old railcard in March, which descended into chaos online as applicants scrambled to get their hands on one, National Rail has confirmed that the card will be rolled out to more than four million young people by the end of the year.
Previously just 10,000 cards were up for grabs, leaving the majority of eligible rail users empty handed.
Here we answer all your questions about the card.
Am I eligible for the card?
The card has been coined the “millennial railcard”, and is available for those between the ages of 26 and 30.
This means people who are currently aged 30 are eligible, and they can apply up to the day before their 31st birthday and continue…