Tina Budryte June 9, 2020 at 9:37 am on An Oyster Rail Journey Hi Mike, Can you advise me. I have weekly ticket Woking to London zones 4-6, I have weekly ticket Woking to London zones 4-6, Len Maull June 8, 2020 at 12:11 pm on Free child fares and freedom pass rules Freedom Pass Fares.
Remember to touch in and touch out when using Oyster pay as you go otherwise a maximum Oyster fare will be charged and in addition you could get a penalty fare. Travelcards on Oyster. Travelcard season tickets are available on Oyster for all combinations of zones within Zones 1-6 (you must have a minimum of two adjacent zones), and also on selected zonal combinations to central London from.
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You might also need to change at Willesden Junction and there is a cross platform interchange at Finsbury Park. If you buy a zone 2-4 travelcard then you can go that way, or pay just a single zone 1 fare if you cross the centre. You can make 8 trips across zone 1 before the add-ons exceed the price of the zone 1-4 travelcard. Hope that helps.
If you plan to use pay as you go, travelling with a contactless payment card is a good alternative. You don't need to top up your card before you travel or worry about running out of credit. Pay as you go fares and daily caps are the same as Oyster.
This will show you all the fare options for the journey.. If you don't catch the bus or train often you can pay by cash, however paying in cash is at least 25% more expensive than Snapper; discounts and concessions do not apply to cash except for child fare. Please try to have the correct fare as our train and bus staff don't carry a lot of change. Number of zones travelled. Adult. Child. 1.
If you do not plan to use the Oyster from LHR (meaning you take the HEX or a private car, etc) than using a paper TC for zones 1-2 and paying the excess for the 2 trips to zone 6 might be a very economical way to go, especially if those trips to zone 6 are off-peak on a RAIL line rather than a TUBE line.
The London Underground (aka the Tube) has 270 stations over 11 lines, not to mention a dizzying array of travel zones and fare types. But although it might look complex, once you know what you’re doing it’s actually very easy to navigate. One of your first challenges will be to figure out what ticket you should get. Here’s an at-a-glance breakdown of all your London Underground ticket.