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(Original post by la fille danse)
Er, how do you figure that? Buses are 90p a journey, and the daily price cap for buses is 3 pounds.
Yep thats with an Oyster, but if I had to pay each time got on a bus it would be £2 , but I'm gonna use an Oyster Card for a few days untill I get my 16+ one
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Er, how do you figure that? Buses are 90p a journey, and the daily price cap for buses is 3 pounds.
In London, without an Oyster card? I think not...
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You could get a weekly bus pass on your oyster.
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In London, without an Oyster card? I think not...
Since anyone can easily get an Oyster card, who cares what the prices are without one?
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(Original post by la fille danse)
Since anyone can easily get an Oyster card, who cares what the prices are without one?
Tourists.
Although I ended up getting one, even though I live in Paris...
And we were discussing what the OP would be paying if he decided not to get an Oyster card right away.
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all student oyster cards are free to get now cos they changed to the zip cards. my sister just got her first one and it was free, shes never ahd to pay for the bus ever!

bus journeys used to be £1 on oyster, when did they change?
an oyster card will never charge you more than a 1 day bus pass so its definitely worth it

i couldnt live without my oyster card, gets me half off train fairs for weeklys and over as well v. useful as i get 2 trains to college
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(Original post by la fille danse)
Since anyone can easily get an Oyster card, who cares what the prices are without one?
"Easily" is a little difficult to define. It isn't particularly easy, if you arrive in London, to get hold of one - have you ever tried using the ticket office at King's Cross, for example? (Last time I was there not only did I wait for ages, but the assistant tried to tell me that what I wanted doing was impossible (putting a YPR discount on) - took a while of arguing to get him to read the circular with instructions on how to do it.)
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