Which ticket is right for you?
Find information about each train ticket type here.
When you want to book ahead for a specific train, Advance singles are usually our best value tickets.
As long as it’s off-peak you’re good to go – great value right up to a few minutes before departure.
For travelling any time you want – our most flexible ticket and there’s no need to book in advance.
The best way to save if you’re a regular traveller, available from one to 12 months.
Find yourself in ‘the big smoke’ regularly? A Business Carnet offers five flexible return tickets for the price of four. That’s what we call a bargain.
London's a big place; book your Tube or other Travelcards with your train tickets and save a heap of time.
An ordinary day out can turn into a grand day out with a Ranger ticket. A Rover ticket is good for longer trips.
Save yourself some time by buying your bus ticket when you buy your train ticket. It’s less hassle and there’s no law against it.
Your ticket along with useful extras like refreshments on board and car parking.
With the LNER Family Return ticket, up to two adults and four children can travel for one great, fixed price.
Quick ticket comparison
Compare our three main ticket types:
|Ticket Type||Travel Anytime||Need to buy in advance?||Ticket Refundable?||Change Journey?||Use Railcard?||Child Discounts|
|Advance Tickets|| || || || *|| || |
|Off-Peak Tickets|| || || *|| *|| || |
|Anytime Tickets|| || || *|| *|| || |
*There’s a £10 admin fee if you change your journey, or ask for a refund.