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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRailcardRail‧card /ˈreɪlkɑːd $ -kɑːrd/ noun  a special card sold in the UK to particular groups of people, such as pensioners and families, which allows them to buy rail tickets for less than the normal price If you use your Family Railcard, the kids only pay £2 each.
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