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Old 27th June 2012, 18:33   #18
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5.14.2 Pricing Travelcard Seasons

Example 1

A passenger asks for a two-monthly BRIGHTON [NLC 5268] - LONDON ZONES 4-6 [NLC 0057] Route Any Permitted Travelcard season valid from 22/02/12. The weekly price / base rate is 82.80. The two-monthly Travelcard season therefore costs 82.80 x 3.84 x 2 = 635.91, rounded up to 636.00.

Example 2

A passenger wishes to purchase a Zones 3-5 Travelcard season starting from 29/02/12 and finishing on 12/06/12. A weekly Zones 3-5 Travelcard costs 24.20, which is also the base rate. The season ticket lasts 3 months 15 days. The overall price of the season ticket is:

Price of Travelcard season for 3 months: 24.20 x 3.84 x 3 = 278.78
Price of odd-period for 15 days: 24.20 x 1.92 = 46.46 (See Section 5.4.5 for a table of factors to be used.)

Overall price: 278.78 + 46.46 = 325.24, rounded up to 325.30.

Example 3

A passenger wants a quote for a 6-monthly season between NOTTINGHAM [NLC 1826] and LONDON ZONES 1-6 [NLC 0035] Route Any Permitted valid from 01/05/12. The weekly price of this Travelcard is 278.60, however this should not be used as it is more expensive than the base rate, which is 225.80. The price of the Travelcard season is therefore 225.80 x 3.84 x 6 = 5202.43, rounded up to 5202.50.
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