So I recently bought the railcard, 3+ years. It says I'd save 1/3 which is equal to 33% off.
So I travel from Kings cross to Hatfield at a fare of 14.10 during peak times and 12.10 during Non peak times.
I recently bought a railcard and showed the guy my railcard. He gave me a discount of £12. Ok I am not complaining, slightly cheaper but it did say it will save me 1/3 off ticket prices.
£14.10 * 0.33 = £4.65 14.10-4.65 = £9.45
So shouldn't it be a discount of 9.45 instead of 12. I am completely missing the plot here, maybe I am wrong; if I am wrong can someone care to explain. Ill probably ask someone at the ticket office to explain tommorow.
I have an 18+ oyster and travel from bromley to kings cross. I thought I get discounts on pay as you go but apparently its just for travel card. is that true?
However when I go online to buy 7 day travel card it gives the full price of 26.60 (Zone 1-3) when it should be 30 percnet of that and is £18.69.
I do not get this at all. Is this some sort of money making machine.
I do not understand the 16-25 rail card and 18+ oyster
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