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Red Willow    208

Are you looking at the serviced apartments up there?

The ground isn't far from the city centre and the tram should be up and running by the time the games happen. They are currently testing it. There is also a bus service which was cheap last year.

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Try the travelodges, from £20 on Friday to £61 Saturday for saver room rate (non refudable) in Manchester City centre, may get them cheaper in the satelite towns, for instance there's one on the M60 at Chadderton, Oldham with regular buses from the other side of the road that go pretty near the ground

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chuffer    963

Stay in the valleys and get the local train in. You'll be extremely lucky to find anything 'cheap'..

lol - I thought you were referring to the Derbyshire hills!

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Red Willow    208

Try the low Manchester postcodes

M1 is the postcode near to Piccadilly Station

M3 is Salford but will count the premier/travel inn on Blackfriars Street off Deansgate.

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John Rhino    525

Sorry.. just realised what i wrote!.. am looking at hotels etc for the RLWC and had Cardiff it on the brain!!..

Not sure where you are now but for the World Cup:

Prices in Cardiff for the GF were stupid when it was held there.

Because of the central location of the ground it's very easy to travel in.

We stayed very cheaply in Bristol and travelled in by train. The rail company anticipated this ( yes, really! ) and had stewards out and signs etc.

Will be doing the same in the Autumn.

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chuffer    963

Try the low Manchester postcodes

M1 is the postcode near to Piccadilly Station

M3 is Salford but will count the premier/travel inn on Blackfriars Street off Deansgate.

Nice one will do.....

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brooza    388

Stay in the valleys and get the local train in. You'll be extremely lucky to find anything 'cheap'..

I thought the valleys were a bit of a trek to Manchester!

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