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Free travel to Tottenham fixture


Filed: Tuesday, 16th October 2018
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United fans wishing to save a few quid can take advantage of free travel for this weekend's Premier League clash with neighbours Tottenham.

Supporters travelling from Essex and Suffolk may take advantage of the free scheme being operated by travel firm Zeelo, allowing them to be collected from various points in the county and taken to the Olympic Stadium.



And any of those fans wishing to use the service again may do so for a £70 fee, which covers travel fares for up to 10 home games this season.

The coaches may be joined at the following bus stops:

Essex
Basildon (Long Riding)
Canvey Island (Jones' Corner)
Chelmsford (The Ship)
Colchester (Osbourne Street)
Grays (Main Bus Station)
Orsett (Hospital High Road)
South Benfleet (Kents Hill)
Southend (Travel Centre Bus Station)

Suffolk
Ipswich (Tower Ramparts)

In order to book your free place/s on one of the coaches, visit Zeelo's website at https://zeelo.co/rides/west-ham and use the promotional code 'COYI'.

All coaches in operation are executive containing air conditioning, whilst all seats are guaranteed.





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