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What oyster zones is Gatwick and stanstead in please

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they're not! both are well outside london travel zones and require seperate train tickets.

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If you are flying to Gatwick then know there are other options for travel to the city centre than the expensive Gatwick Express to Victoria. Southern trains to Victoria and First Capital Connect to London Bridge, Blackfriars and St Pancras (plus stations in between) are all options, with FCC trains offering the best value.

Should you choose Stansted you may take the StanEX to Liverpool Street station or alight from that train and change to the Victoria line at Tottenham Hale to King's Cross and other central London stations. Terravision coaches to Liverpool Street and Finsbury Square are also options to consider.

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