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Oyster Day Travel Cards

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Oyster Day Travel Cards


Can anyone advise me on how does the Day Travel Card cost and where to get them? 3 of us will be travelling in Zone 1,2 and 3 on the following dates:

5 Jul Sat

6 Jul Sun

11 Jul Fri (evening only)

12 Jul Sat

13 Jul Sun

Did not opt for the Visitor Card as I am worried they might not be delivered in time.

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1. Re: Oyster Day Travel Cards

Its over 8 days, so a 7 day travel card will not cut it. Perhaps just use pay as you go on the oyster card. There are daily caps on there so you wont be charged over a days travel card anyway.

Price list for adults with zones and caps etc


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2. Re: Oyster Day Travel Cards

There is no such thing as 'Oyster Day Travel Card'.

Your choices are either to use Oyster pay-as-you-go with daily price capping, or one day paper travelcards costing £8.90 per day. Both are readily available at any Underground Station on demand.

You can also buy paper one-day travelcards at any national Rail station, again on demand. These would be available for the 2FOR1 offers.


Indeed, there would be nothing to stop you using Oyster cards, but also buying National Rail one-day travelcards and using those instead on days that you want to use 2FOR1.

Edited: 28 June 2014, 11:24
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