Travelling this weekend? 42-years-old? Well ScotRail has the deal for you. 

A one-time only offer from ScotRail for passengers between Glasgow and Edinburgh could see train users snag a free ticket. 

To mark the company's new trains across the country, 42-year-olds will be given free travel between Glasgow and the capital to mark the 42-minute journey time between the two. 

All you need to get started is some proof that you were born between June 2, 1976 and June 1, 1977. 

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The rail operator says: "They say life begins at 40. Well we beg to differ. For all you lucky 42-year-olds, this weekend, we’re treating you.

"To celebrate the launch of our 42-minute journey on the express trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow via Falkirk High, all 42-year-olds can travel free on this route. 

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"Simply turn up and show your ID to enjoy the journey."