What time are off-peak trains into London?
Exact times vary across routes and train companies, but in general – you’ll find off-peak times outside of conventional commuter hours. Transport for London Off-Peak times: Monday to Friday from the first service to 06:30, from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.
What are off-peak times TFL?
Off-peak fares apply to our rail services between 09:30 and 16:00 and after 19:00 on weekdays, and during weekends and bank holidays. However, if you travel into Zone 1 after 09:30, you will always be charged an off-peak fare, even during the afternoon and evening peak.
When can I use an off-peak return?
Off-Peak Return tickets are valid for return travel within one calendar month from the start date shown on the ticket and until 04:29 after last day of validity. The National Rail Journey Planner will automatically work out which tickets are valid for your journey.
What are off-peak times national rail?
A general rule of thumb is that Off-Peak will begin at 09:30 Mondays to Fridays in cities and large towns, and 09:00 across the rest of the network. Weekends and Bank Holidays are Off-Peak all day.
Does off-peak start when tapping in or out?
The rate depends on when you touch in. Off-peak fares apply at all other times. That is, if you touch in during those two three-hour periods, you will be charged the peak fare. If your journey starts in off-peak time but strays into the peak period, it’s still an off-peak fare.
Can I use an off-peak travel card at 5pm?
Off-Peak Day Travelcards are valid for travel from 09:30 Monday to Friday, any time at weekends and on public holidays, and until 04:29 the following morning and are available only as Zones 1-6.
Can you get fined for getting an earlier train?
If it’s an Advance ticket, there will be a time specified. If caught, you’ll be made to buy another ticket and at worst, pay a penalty fine. I very much doubt any conductor will actually care anyway, they’re still travelling on the same day.
How do off-peak fares work?
Buy anytime, travel off-peak Off-Peak fares are cheaper tickets for travelling on trains that are less busy. Offering good value for money, these tickets may require you to travel at specific times of day, days of the week or on a specific route.
What happens if you bunk a train?
The current penalty is either: £20. twice the appropriate fare from the station where you started your journey to either the next station at which the train stops or the station you leave the train, whichever is the greater amount.