Discussion in 'Travel' started by johnnyVB, Sep 30, 2010.
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Can we use our MOD 90's as a rail card or do we need to buy one?
You're on a wind up mission, aren't you!
well according to the national rail site a HM forces card is 15 quid
So there's your answer, Trigger.
You can use it to get huge discounts when purchasing rail tickets, coach travel and even club class upgrades at airports.
Make sure you show it to taxi drivers, as you can go anywhere without paying too.
You are an idiot and I claim my £5.
You can also use it in a cashpoint machine to draw a maximum of £100.00 in emergencies.
But don't try using it in a cash point more then three times in a 7 day period other wise you have to pay any extra cash back you've withdrawn.
You can also use your MOD90 for free entry into any fat munters knickers.. the downside is a permanently attached chubby after your pension..
This works in Sparkasse cashpoints.
I use mine to get the discount in Burger King at motorway services.
I find it eases the pain of being ripped off shamelessly by them.
Its £250 for Officers and certain SNCOs who have served over 12 years.
And if you wear it on a poncy corporate lanyard (the new holder makes this possible) then you can gain free access and back stage passes to any gig.
It also gives you free access to next door neighbour's daughter's locked bedroom door (if you know how to ease it in the crack!)
It gets you in free to Alton Towers and Thorpe Park as well - a bit like a Merlin Pass.
(Where do these people come from?).
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