The TPExpress mobile app is your ultimate companion for train travel across Britain.
Find the best TransPennine Express fares and buy train tickets to any destination in Britain - with no booking or card fees:
* save over 50% on TransPennine Express fares when you buy in advance
* get live information before you reach the station - including platform numbers
* collect Nectar points on all journeys
Get started with Exstream, TransPennine Express On-board Entertainment:
1. Download the latest TPE app at home
2. Connect to "TPE Wi-Fi" on-board our trains
3. Open the TPE app and select TV
4. Log in and accept our T&Cs
5. The Exstream page will appear, simply tap to continue, sit back, relax and start viewing
Follow us on Twitter @tpexpresstrains or like us on Facebook - facebook.com/TPExpressTrains for alerts about the latest version and new features.
We’ve listened to your feedback and here are the new updates for this release:
• On selected train services you can now choose your seat reservations using a seat map
Got any feedback? Select ‘Contact App Support’, found under ‘Settings’ within the app to let us know what improvements you would like to see or if you have any issues to report.
Ratings and Reviews
Does not adjust for the time zone!!
We downloaded this app so we could book our return journey from Manchester Airport to our home town, I carefully selected the date and time for our journey, had my wife check the details were correct and purchased the tickets. We were in Orlando at the time (5 hours time difference) sat in the airport waiting for our flight (making sure the flight left on time). The time we knew we booked the tickets for was 09:47 hours from the airport train station, when we collected the tickets the next morning (7.5 hour flight) the time on the tickets we collected was 14:47 hours, a difference of 5 hours!!!
Please be careful when purchasing tickets in a different time zone.
Should be much better
Just imagine, you’re a bit late for your train, you haven’t time to queue for 10 minutes at a ticket counter or join the ticket machine queue, you should be able to quickly turn to your app to buy a ticket for the next train. Not too difficult to go through the process of using the app to select a journey, although having to scroll through all the already departed trains, then select a return journey. Now just pay and go? But no, your time is wasted as there is a complete blank of no ticket delivery option for a train soon to depart or an option of only being able to pick up tickets from the ticket machine. Until m-ticketing is available for all TransPennine Express journeys the app is of limited use only when you have time to spare.
More difficult to buy tickets than it should be
The app doesn’t remember your login details when trying to buy tickets through it meaning you have to either click on the small and not obvious ‘Sign in to use your loyalty points’ text before choosing your tickets, or later on.
The method of actually choosing which ticket you want is also not immediately obvious due to the design, only after clicking around on lots of different parts of the ticket view did I realise you have to click on the ‘Fare £X.xx’ button - this needs to be made more obviously the button to click, or the whole method of choosing the ticket/where to click needs to be rethought.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.