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South Western Railway has announced that another passenger has won big in their ‘Renew without the queue’ prize draw.
Sarah Davidson, Petersfield, has won over £5,500 in the prize draw.
Switching is free and easy to do, and allows passengers to manage their tickets online.
Ms Davidson, along with other passengers can also benefit from Automated Delay Repay compensation.
This is the final month for Weekly, Monthly, Monthly Plus or Annual Season ticket customers to have the opportunity to win back the full value of their ticket.
Daniel Shefras, Fleet, was also drawn and won nearly £500, the full value of his monthly season ticket.
What did the officials say?
Sarah Davidson, on being drawn and winning back the value of her season ticket, said:
“I was absolutely over the moon on receiving the email that I won – I actually had to confirm that it wasn’t an April fools! I plan on saving the money to pay for next year’s ticket.
“The Touch Smartcard is so much easier and more reliable than the old tickets – I am so happy to be using it now!”
On winning his prize, David said:
“I was surprised and delighted to receive the email about winning in the prize draw. Switching to the Touch Smartcard has been seamless and very easy, and has been made even more worthwhile by winning back the cost of my monthly ticket.
“I will use the money towards a long weekend away somewhere in the UK.”
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