Every 15 mins, 50 mins, £12:70 off peak return!
Another vote for the Train from me.
Train. No brainer.
Hi, we will be there in Glasgow in a few weeks and plan to take train to Edinburgh. Is it best to buy tickets in advance or at station/on train? Is it same price either way? I am more concerned to make sure we can get on a train and if better to secure seat in advance or enough trains and room(it would be on a Sunday) that no issue. thanks in advance!
I don't think seat reservations or Advance tickets are available on this route - at least not on the normal ScotRail trains.
If you board at a station where there is a ticket office or working ticket vending machine you will not be allowed to buy off-peak or other discounted tickets on the train and will only be able to buy the more expensive Anytime tickets.
No advantage to booking in advance nor can you reserve a seat, these are Commuter Trains, thousands of Scots traverse this route daily without booking tickets.
As it's a Sunday highly unlikely you wouldn't get a seat, unless there is something big going on!
Just buy at the Station moments prior to travel.
thank you both for quick response. I appreciate it!