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If you are making the same journey on 3 or more days within a week a 7-day Season ticket is likely to save you money compared to buying daily tickets you can use the calculator to find out. You save even more on the 7-day rate when you buy a monthly or longer period Season Ticket. A monthly ticket is valid for a full calendar month, and if you need a longer period you can ask for the specific.If you do not plan to use the Oyster from LHR (meaning you take the HEX or a private car, etc) than using a paper TC for zones 1-2 and paying the excess for the 2 trips to zone 6 might be a very economical way to go, especially if those trips to zone 6 are off-peak on a RAIL line rather than a TUBE line.Tram ticket prices. Choose your zone(s) to see tram prices. Your ticket will need to cover all zones you travel through. Select all that apply.. Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Need help choosing zones? Ticket prices Journey planning. Tram map. Ticket zones. Ticket prices. Where to buy tickets. Contactless. First and last tram times. Frequency of tram services. Tram stops. Park and ride.
If you use contactless, always use the same card or device. If you don't, we can't cap your fares. For example, if you pay with a mobile device on Monday and a contactless card on Tuesday, these fares won't count towards a weekly cap. Daily cap. A daily cap is calculated over 24 hours for pay as you go journeys that start at 04:30 and end on 04.Read More
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Buy and sell Rusalka London tickets for the London Coliseum show on 11 Apr at StubHub and enjoy a night of theatre - or sell tickets to other fans.Read More
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A Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) runs in the city centre. To park on street within the zone you need to either pay and display or hold a valid parking permit. Yellow lines are provided for loading or to prevent unsafe parking. You can use our address search or interactive parking map to find the extent of the CPZ and Priority Parking Areas in.Read More
Fare zone 3 is an inner zone of Transport for London's zonal fare system used for calculating the price of tickets for travel on the London Underground, London Overground, Docklands Light Railway and, since 2007, on National Rail services. It was created on 22 May 1983 and extends from approximately 4 miles (6.4 km) to 7.75 miles (12.47 km) from Piccadilly Circus.Read More
The fare you pay is set by which zones your departure and destination stations are in. Your journey starts when you go through the ticket barrier of the station entrance you depart from and finishes when you pass through the ticket barrier at the exit of your destination.Read More
For example, the Tube stations at Heathrow are in zone 6, so if you have a zones 1-4 travelcard you will also need to buy a single ticket for travel through two zones (zones 5 and 6). You must buy an adult ticket if you are 18 years old or over. You can pay a lower child fare if you are between the ages of 5 and 15 (you will need an Under 16 Oyster photocard) and there is also a special fare.Read More
Alternatively you could get out at the limit of zone 2 (or before) and take a bus the rest of the way if there is a suitable one available. The zones don't apply to buses, so your zone 1-2 travelcard allows you to travel by bus all over the Transport for London area at no extra cost. Edited: 5 years ago.Read More
OK, so my wife recently got a new job in East Acton meaning that, as we live in East London, she goes through zone 1 to get there. Today we went to the station to buy the monthly travel card 1-4 and the lady at the till told us that if she had the photo travel card she wouldn't need to pay to go through zone 1, therefore saving 75 hard earned squids.Read More