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Old 23rd April 2009, 10:47   #1
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Default Definition of off Peak Return

I have been on the nationalrail site, and have seen a Honeybourne- Paddington ticket leaving at 8:01am for 38.

On reading the terms and conditions, I am none the wiser about when I have to return before (i.e. what time is peak time)

I am finding it hard to clarify this. Can someone enlighten me?
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Old 23rd April 2009, 10:57   #2
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Unless it's changed recently, the restriction is as follows
Code:
Restriction : 4N
Available as listed below     
Mondays to Fridays (by any    
train other days)             
                              
OUTWARD TRAVEL                
                              
Valid on all trains departing 
at or later than              
                              
ASCOTT-UNDER-WYCHWOOD 0730 *  
CHARLBURY             0820 *  
COLWALL               0655    
COMBE (OXON)          0740 *  
EVESHAM               0740 *  
FINSTOCK              0740 *  
GREAT MALVERN         0700    
HANBOROUGH            0745 *  
HEREFORD              0630    
HONEYBOURNE           0745 *  
KINGHAM               0810 *  
LEDBURY               0645    
MALVERN LINK          0705    
MORETON-IN-MARSH      0800 *  
PERSHORE              0730_*  
SHIPTON               0725 *  
WORCESTER FOREGATE ST 0715 *  
WORCESTER SHRUB HILL  0720 *  
* SENIOR, H M FORCES& FAMILY  
& FRIENDS RAILCARDS           
As an exception to the normal 
rule of validity, which states
that discounts are only       
available when the            
corresponding CDR is available
Senior, Forces and Family_&   
Friends Railcard discounts are
also available from these     
stations_at these times.      
HM Forces are subject to a    
minimum fare. See section F.  
                              
RETURN TRAVEL                 
                              
Services via OXFORD:          
Valid by any train.           
                              
Services via SWINDON:         
Valid on the following        
trains:                       
Departing London Paddington   
between 0840 and 1640, or     
after 1801.                   
                              
Trains departing READING      
                              
between 0905 and 1710, or     
after 1830.
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That clears things up a bit, cheers!
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Old 24th April 2009, 13:27   #4
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The Definition of an Off Peak Return

Sometimes Valid at Peak,Sometimes not

How's that for Simplification
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