Boundary Zone 6 Question

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  1. skatering

    skatering Member

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    Hi everyone,

    This is my first post. I've been lurking for a while and learned so much useful information from here. I wanted to ask a quick question to make sure I've understood things correctly.

    I need to travel from Euston to Watford Junction and back on Sunday. I'll already be in possession of a Basingstoke-Z1-6 travelcard with a 16-25 railcard applied. Am I correct in thinking I need to purchase a BZ6-Watford Junction ticket for this, and:

    1) I can use any TOC
    2) There's no requirement for the train to stop at the boundary station.
    3) I can't buy them online or from a South West Trains TVM, but I can at Basingstoke's ticket office. What about Euston's TVMs?

    Many thanks
     
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  3. Reason077

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    1) YES
    2) YES
    3) Not sure, but you can certainly buy them from any National Rail ticket office.

    OFF-PEAK DAY R [B1] CDR
    From BOUNDARY ZONE 6
    To WATFORD JUNCTION
    Route ANY PERMITTED
    Price ADULT £4.60
     
  4. Sacro

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    2) N/A, there's no "station" on a boundary zone ticket.
     
  5. skatering

    skatering Member

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    Thank you!
     
  6. 34D

    34D Established Member

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    The guard on board your SWT service may well be able to sell it to you
     
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