Banbury - Marylebone tickets

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jscho84233

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Hi,

I'm looking to travel on Easter Sunday (8th April).

Using redspottedhanky, I am offered a Super Off Peak Single at £24.90, or an Anytime Day Single at £33.70.

If I Split at High Wycombe, I am offered Anytime Day Singles at £10.30 between Banbury and High Wycombe, and £11.90 between High Wycombe and Marylebone, total £22.20.

My question is, how come I can't get Super Off Peak singles if I use the splitting option? I realise the split Anytime Singles are cheaper than the Super Off Peak Single, but what's the reason for not having Super Off Peaks from Banbury - High Wycombe and High Wycombe - Marylebone? Just out of interest!

Thanks!
 
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Hello,

There isn't a super off-peak ticket for every 'flow', for shorter journeys, there may only be one ticket type ('Anytime'), you might come across some off-peak fares, but it varies for each 'flow'.

Hope this helps :)
 
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