Season Tickets

Season tickets give you unlimited travel between two stations: any time, any day, any train, as many times as you like. They can last between a week and a year. One ticket to rule them all.

Throughout 2020 we're supporting Network Rail make improvements to the tracks we use. This will unlock faster more frequent journey's for you. For more information on the dates with planned engineering works, check our engineering upgrade page. 

Season tickets give you unlimited travel between two stations: any time, any day, any train, as many times as you like. They can last between a week and a year. One ticket to rule them all.

What are the advantages?

  • Great if you commute between two stations, or otherwise travel regularly.
  • All the flexibility of an Anytime ticket without having to buy one for every journey.
  • Go as many times as you want, like having the keys to your favourite funfair ride
  • Works at the weekend too
  • Lasts as long as you like

 

When can you use your season ticket?

  • Whenever you feel like it. Until it expires
  • Season tickets can last up to a year, and start at a week for shorter journeys and a month for longer ones

Season ticket terms and conditions.

The best way to save for frequent journeys

For commuters and other travellers making regular journeys, a Season Ticket lets you save money. You also get unlimited travel on any train (subject to the terms and conditions of the ticket you have chosen). Seasons are available from one week for shorter journeys or any period between one month and up to a year.

What are the benefits?

Read why a Season ticket is ideal for you.

  • Ideal for commuters and frequent travel between two specific stations
  • Cheaper than buying individual Anytime tickets for your journey
  • Unlimited travel on any train on the route shown on your ticket, at any time of day, between two stations of your choice
  • Great for work, and also for additional weekend trips
  • Choose from one week up to one year’s duration


When can I travel?

  • As long as your Season Ticket is valid, you can travel at any time between your chosen stations.
  • Seasons are available from one week for shorter journeys or any period between one month and up to a year.

Photocard

Please ensure you have a valid photocard with you before buying a season ticket. If you don't already have a valid photocard, you'll need to get one from a station travel centre (please note you need to take a recent photo along with you).

If you choose a season ticket duration for longer than 10 months and 12 days we will change your season ticket to an annual ticket at no extra cost

 

If you choose a season ticket duration for longer than 10 months and 12 days we will change your season ticket to an annual ticket at no extra cost

Season ticket FAQs

How do I request a refund for my Season Ticket?

How do I calculate my Season Ticket refund?

I'm a season ticket holder, when can I claim compensation for delays to LNER trains?

Will my Season Ticket work with the ticket gates?

My ticket is damaged and won’t go through the ticket gate?

Season Ticket Refund Calculator

 

If you’re a Season Ticket holder you do need to claim for each individual journey that was delayed, so you’ll need to do some sums.

The amount you can claim is based on how many journeys the season ticket is likely to be used for, based on weekday journeys there and back. This means the amount of compensation for each journey is:

for a weekly Season Ticket, the price of the ticket divided by 10
for a monthly Season Ticket, the price of the ticket divided by 40
for an annual Season Ticket, the price of the ticket divided by 464
If we have to introduce an emergency timetable, Delay Repay compensation will be re-calculated against this.

If peak times are especially bad…

If you suffer a period of sustained poor peak* punctuality and you’re a Season Ticket holder, we may be able to pay out over and above these arrangements. Any additional compensation will be agreed in consultation with Passenger Focus and London TravelWatch.

When exactly are ‘peak’ times?

By ‘peak’ we mean trains scheduled to arrive at London King’s Cross between 07:00 and 09:59, and trains scheduled to depart from London King’s Cross between 16:00 and 18:59, on Mondays to Fridays, excluding Bank Holidays.

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