Annual season ticket validity question

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daniels

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Hello,

I have an annual season ticket for Queens Road Peckham to London Terminals. The ticket expires in December

I am starting a new job shortly and will need to get to and from King's Cross on most days.

I have three questions:

1. Can I use my existing ticket to go from Queens Road Peckham to Peckham Rye and then from Peckham Rye to St Pancras International?

2. Can I use the same ticket to travel between Nunhead and St Pancras International?

3. I have heard of dual origin station season tickets. Does anyone know whether Nunhead & Queens Road Peckham would be eligibile for such a ticket? How would I go about changing the ticket, if it is even possible?

Many thanks,

Daniels
 
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1. Can I use my existing ticket to go from Queens Road Peckham to Peckham Rye and then from Peckham Rye to St Pancras International?

No, you would need a ticket specifically to St Pancras or a Travelcard. Tickets to London Terminals are not valid to, from or via Farringdon on FCC (Thameslink) services.

2. Can I use the same ticket to travel between Nunhead and St Pancras International?

No, for the same reason.

3. I have heard of dual origin station season tickets. Does anyone know whether Nunhead & Queens Road Peckham would be eligibile for such a ticket? How would I go about changing the ticket, if it is even possible?

I can't check the manual for dual origin stuff right now, but changing the ticket is relatively simple (however, some staff struggle with it). You should be able to change a season ticket at any ticket office. You would be best advised giving the office some notice that you are changing the ticket, it may not be required, but it is a good idea.
 

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Tickets from Nunhead to London St Pancras are the same price as from Queens Road Peckham to London St Pancras and Queens Road Peckham is on a valid route from Nunhead to London St Pancras so effectively you can buy from Nunhead and use at either. The prices are also the same as to London terminals, so you probably shouldn't get too much trouble changing it to say St Pancras. The ticket would not be valid on the Underground.
 

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Tickets from Nunhead to London St Pancras are the same price as from Queens Road Peckham to London St Pancras and Queens Road Peckham is on a valid route from Nunhead to London St Pancras so effectively you can buy from Nunhead and use at either. The prices are also the same as to London terminals, so you probably shouldn't get too much trouble changing it to say St Pancras. The ticket would not be valid on the Underground.

Even though it's a zero fare change-over, the full procedure still needs to be followed unfortunately so some staff may struggle.

Cheers,

Barry
 

daniels

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Many thanks for the advice.

May I ask one final question:

Can I use my existing season ticket to travel between QRP and Blackfriars, changing at Peckham Rye?

Thanks,

Daniels
 
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Many thanks for the advice.

May I ask one final question:

Can I use my existing season ticket to travel between QRP and Blackfriars, changing at Peckham Rye?

Thanks,

Daniels

Yes. London Terminals from the south is valid as far as City Thameslink.
 
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