Birmingham - Bicester (Village)

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horizonflame

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Hi All

3 adults, no railcards, making this trip Thursday travelling at 10am and returning around 3pm.

The fare to Bicester North is £40.80 with Chiltern Small Group discount, however the fare jumps to £75.30 to the Village itself without a discount.

Is there a seperate fare just for the bus or does Uber run in the area?

Thanks!
 
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Gathursty

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You are only less than 1 mile from the Village if you disembark at Bicester North. I'd just walk it or get a taxi.
 

sonic2009

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If the bus still runs from Bicester North to Bicester Village, just ask at the ticket office for Bicester North to Bicester Vil Bus (H921 if they cannot locate). a return will cost you £4.50 each.
 

CyrusWuff

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Just to expand on this, the only discount that has ever applied to the Bicester North - Bicester Village shuttle is Child rate, though there's a "Bicester Village Day Ranger" ticket which covers the return rail fare from Marylebone to Bicester North and the shuttle. This can be discounted so as to avoid the need to issue separate train and bus tickets.

Since the opening of the Bicester chord, however, that's become obsolete given the direct trains between Marylebone and Bicester Town (using the old name to distinguish between station and shopping centre).
 
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