Originally Posted by yorkie
Nottingham to Clapham Jn £49.50 is cheaper than the Zone 1 Saver, and if going for a day trip a Zones 1-6 travelcard (from rolleston) is £37.50.
But Mojo is correct that you need a ticket to London International if going by Eurostar, otherwise you are NOT protected in the event of delays.
e.g. if you get a Nottingham-London Saver, and a London-somewhere else advance purchase, and your MML train is late, you can get another train providing tickets cover you for the through journey (as per NCoC conditions) and providing you adhered to minimum interchange time. But if you are connecting to Eurostar and MML is late you are NOT covered and would have to buy a whole new Eurostar ticket! Buying to London International means that you have peace of mind. You can only buy them in combination with a Eurostar ticket though, I believe.
Cheers, I'll try to remember that