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Weekly travelcards Zones 1-2 – 36.10 Zones 1-3 – 42.40 Zones 1-4 – 51.90 Zones 1-5 -61.70

How many zones can I choose from on my Travelcard?

If you buy a travelcard that includes the trains then you will also have to choose which zones you want it to cover. If you buy a 1-day travelcard then you’ll only have three options: zones 1-4, zones 1-6, or zones 1-9. If you buy a weekly, monthly or annual travelcard then you can choose from a combination of different zones from 1-9.

What is a a travelcard for?

A Travelcard for any zone allows you to use the buses in all zones (zones 1-6) The 3 Day Travelcard, weekend Travelcard, Zone 1-2 2-6 One Day Travelcard are no longer available.

How much does a One Day Travelcard cost?

One Day Travelcard prices are different if you travel during peak or off-peak times: Valid for travel at anytime. For travel after 9.30am Monday–Friday and all day Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. Top Tip: An Off-Peak One Day Travelcard for zones 1–6 costs 9.50 with a Railcard.

Can a zone 1-9 Travelcard be used on the bus?

A zone 1-9 travelcard will let you get on and off at any stop within zones 1-9, at any time, as many times as you like. And you can use it on the bus as well. Graham Can a London Travelcard be used on both the Underground and on Network Rail trains?

What is the cheapest way to pay for travel in London?

The Pay as you go Oyster card or a contactless card are the cheapest ways to pay for travel if you’re in London for 1-5 days. (the daily cap is £7.40 per day for zones 1-2).

How much is the oyster card fee?

Most places sell weekly Travelcards loaded onto a plastic Oyster card. There’s a £5 non-refundable fee for the Oyster card.

What is a travelcard in London?

London Underground Tickets & Travelcards. The Travelcard is a transport pass for London that gives you unlimited travel in London within certain zones. The prices vary according to the number of zones you need to travel through. Central London is in zone 1.

How long are travel cards valid?

Travelcards are valid for 1 day, 7 days, 1 month or 1 year.

Where do you insert a travel card?

If you have a paper Travelcard, insert the card into the slot on the front of the ticket barrier. The barrier opens when you take the ticket from behind the yellow reader, on the top.

Is the 3 day travelcard still available?

The 3 Day Travelcard, weekend Travelcard, Zone 1-2 & 2-6 One Day Travelcard are no longer available.

Do you need a photo for a London train card?

Weekly and monthly Travelcards from a train station need a photo card. Just give them a photo of yourself, so they can make one up for you. It doesn’t have to be photo-quality, just passport-sized.

Is it cheaper to use a travelcard excluding zone 1?

Travelcards excluding zone 1 are cheaper and for occasional visits to the centre, you can top up your Oyster card with some Pay as you go money to pay the difference between the zones your Travelcard covers and zone 1.

Do you need a travelcard for zone 1?

So if you’re working, studying or visiting relatives in the suburbs of London, you don’t need a Travelcard including zone 1 unless you travel through zone 1 to reach your destination or enter or exit a station in zone 1.

Is face covering compulsory in London?

Coronavirus/COVID 19: Face coverings are still compulsory on public transport in London. Top Tip: A Travelcard for any zone entitles you to travel by bus all over London, including central London (zone 1). See where to buy a Travelcard. See London transport zones to find the zones you need. See Travelcard fares including zone 1.

How much does a travelcard cost?

Note The annual price rise that usually happens in Jan has been pushed back to 1st Mar 2022. Travelcards are expected to increase by around 3.8%

What is a London travelcard?

London travelcards come in two different versions. The cheapest type just covers the buses and trams, whilst the second type includes the trains as well.

What time is Anytime and Off-Peak?

Anytime: Anytime is valid for the dates shown on the ticket, and up to 4.30 AM the following morning. (So if your travelcard expires on the 10th, you can actually travel up to 4.30 AM on the 11th.)

Are travelcards the cheapest way to travel?

Lots of people think that travelcards are the cheapest way to travel in London, but that’s not always true.

Where can you buy a travelcard?

1-Day Travelcards for Bus & Tram: It’s not possible to buy a 1-day travelcard for the Bus & Tram from the TFL website. It’s not possible to buy one in advance either. You can only purchase them on the day of travel from a train station or London Visitor Centre. These ones will come as a paper ticket.

How do you use a travelcard on a train?

Using your travelcard on the London Underground is easy. If you have a paper travelcard then just insert it face-up into the slot at the front of the barrier. The same ticket will then pop out of a slot at the top. The gate won’t open until you remove it from that slot.

Should I get a travelcard or Oyster card?

Travelcards are very easy for tourists to understand – you choose the dates and zones you need, pay just once, and then you can then make an unlimited number of journeys until the card expires.

Where can I use Travelcards?

You can use Travelcards on all buses. If your Travelcard is valid in Zones 3, 4, 5 or 6, you can use it on all trams.

What is a travel card?

A Travelcard gives you unlimited travel at any time on bus, Tube, Tram, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and National Rail services in London.

How long can you travel with a Travelcard?

Travelcard season tickets. You can buy a 7 Day, Monthly, 3 month, 6 month, odd period or Annual Travelcard season ticket. Annual Travelcards give you 12 months travel for the price of ten and a half. Monthly Travelcards are cheaper than buying four 7 Day Travelcards.

When to use anytime day travelcard?

Anytime Day Travelcards: use for the date on the ticket and for journeys starting before 04:30 the next day

Can you travel with a group day travelcard?

Group Day Travelcard. You can get unlimited travel with a Group Day Travelcard (paper ticket) if you’re a group of ten or more travelling together. You can travel from 09:30 (Monday to Friday), anytime on weekends or bank holidays for the date on the ticket and for journeys starting before 04:30 the next day.

Can you use a Travelcard to get 1/3 off a river boat?

You can use your Travelcard to get 1/3 off River Boat fares on some services .

How to use Zonecard?

The ZoneCard is easy to use within the Subway. Simply place your ZoneCard against the orange panel on the ticket barrier. To make your ZoneCard ‘Smart’, bring your existing photo ID to any Subway ticket office for validation. Your ZoneCard must be revalidated at a ticket office every time it is renewed.

What zone is Kilmarnock in?

The ZoneCard map shows the area covered. For example, Kilmarnock is in Zone K1 and Ayr is in Zone A1. Simply select the zones you need to travel through – the minimum number of zones you can buy is two – and you can enjoy unlimited travel with participating operators.

How long do you have to wait to get a refund on a ticket?

Tickets must have full weeks left in order to receive a refund. Please note the ZoneCard week is from Sunday to Saturday.

What is a zone card?

The ZoneCard is a flexible season ticket for unlimited* travel by ScotRail, Subway, most buses, and some ferries in the Strathclyde region. ZoneCard may be used wherever you see the ZoneCard logo.

How long does it take to renew a Zonecard?

If you already have a ZoneCard you can renew easily online or alternatively, you can renew for a one or four week period at the following local retail outlets (subject to availability).

What to include in a refund request?

Please also include your name and address and a short statement as to why you are requesting a refund.

When is Zonecard valid in 2021?

If your ZoneCard is valid at any point between 3 October & 30 October 2021 you could win an annual ZoneCard by completing your travel diary online.