Is Oyster card valid on South West Trains?
Are Oyster cards valid on South Western Railway? Oyster cards are valid on our trains and stations in London. You can top them up at our ticket machines at London stations. Have a look at the map below for details.
Can I use Oyster on Southern Railway?
You can use your Oyster card on all Southern trains within the London Zones 1-6 – as well as on buses, Tubes, Trams, The Docklands Light Railway, London Overground, TfL Rail and most National Rail services in London.
Can you use Oyster card to Southend?
2. Re: Oystercard at Southend airport? Southend is outside of the TFL area, so no you can’t. However you can buy a ‘travelcard’ that will allow you unlimited use of the tubes/buses etc within London for that day, if you wish.
Can I use my 60 plus Oyster card on South West Trains?
South Western Railway: From 09:30 on all services. Thameslink: From 09:00 on all services between West Hampstead Thameslink and Elephant & Castle / London Bridge. From 09:30 on all other routes.
Can you use Oyster card to Weybridge?
SWR Help on Twitter: “It is not possible to use Oyster cards at Weybridge.
Do South West trains check tickets?
We work round the clock to check tickets on stations and trains and have already reduced the amount of ticketless travel by over 40% since we took over the franchise in August 2017.
Can I use my train ticket on the tube?
If you are making one single or return journey and your destination is a London Underground (the Tube) or DLR station you are recommended to purchase a ‘through’ ticket from your starting station. This will allow you to use the same ticket to continue your journey by Tube and/or DLR once you have arrived in London.
Can I get an Oyster card from a train station?
You can get an Oyster card: Online with a contactless and Oyster account, if you live in the UK. At Oyster ticket stops in many newsagents in London. At all Tube, London Overground and most TfL Rail stations.
Can I use Oyster card in Basildon?
Oyster card doesn’t work as far out as Basildon. You can buy one-day travelcards at Basildon which include train travel between Basildon and London and unlimited travel in the London travelcard area. If you depart Basildon after 09.30 Monday-Friday or any time at weekends these are cheaper.
What’s the difference between a freedom pass and a 60+ Oyster card?
New 60+ London Oyster photocard will give free travel on all TfL services from 1 November. However, unlike the Freedom Pass, 60+ Oystercard holders will not be able to use their card to travel free of charge on local bus services in other parts of the country.
How much does a 60+ Oyster card cost?
Your photocard will be stopped if you don’t provide proof or if you no longer live in a London borough. If you’re still eligible, you need to apply for a new 60+ London Oyster photocard and pay £20.
Can you use Oyster card at Staines train station?
1. Re: Using Oyster at train station Staines is just outside the Oyster card zones, so you will need to buy a rail ticket for travel from there to Waterloo.
Where can I use my Oyster card in London?
It’s quick and convenient, and you’ll pay much less than buying paper tickets. Oyster can be used on the Underground, Overground, TfL Rail, Docklands Light Railway, buses, trams, Emirates Air Line, River Bus and most National Rail services in London*.
Do you have to pay before you travel on South Western Railway?
If you have an Off-Peak ticket, you can travel on any Off-peak train – if you want to travel at peak times, you’ll have to pay the difference before you travel. If you have an Anytime ticket, you can travel on any train on the date the ticket is valid for. Check when your ticket is valid before you travel. What payment methods are accepted online?
How does the Oyster card work for TfL?
Oyster is a smartcard that top-up with credit and pay as you travel around the TfL network, capping at the daily or weekly fare. You can also add Travelcards for specific London zones. It’s quick and convenient, and you’ll pay much less than buying paper tickets.