On 17 April I'm travelling Bracknell to Kemble and Swindon to Bracknell the same day. I want to get the 08:02 direct train from Reading to Kemble and the return journey from Swindon will be in the evening probably after 18:00. My desire is to obtain the cheapest fare for the whole day. I have a senior railcard. I've already learned that it's much cheaper to treat Bracknell-Reading as a separate journey for £6.00 return. I've also learned that a return Reading-Swindon and a single Swindon-Kemble are more expensive than all singles. The cheapest I've come up with is: BCE-RDG Anytime day return no railcard £6.00 RDG-SWI Anytime single railcard £22.95 SWI-KEM Off-peak day single railcard £4.15 SWI-RDG Super off-peak single railcard £9.25 I looked at trainsplit.com and it suggests separate tickets RDG-DID, DID-SWI, SWI-KEM at a total cost of £27.75. I found that too but the fare I have is £27.10. Is the fare I've come up with valid even though trainsplit doesn't show it? Any other suggestions? Thanks for any advice.