Chiltern September fares rise

Discussion in 'Fares Advice & Policy' started by nat67, 11 Sep 2019.

  1. nat67

    nat67 On Moderation

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    I was traveling on a Chiltern service yesterday and I bought my Leamington Spa-Hall Green ticket and I paid £5.15 rather than previous £5 which was the case last Friday.

    I asked the ticket sales person in the office and showed him the tickets I kept from last Friday and he was baffled, as was I.

    Is all of this due to Arriva taking the peas.
     
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  3. swt_passenger

    swt_passenger Veteran Member

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    The fare is set by West Midlands Trains, so your issue is not with Chiltern.
     
  4. wibble

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    I think West Midlands Trains (and the former London Midland) apply Off Peak fare increases in September, rather than January.

    WMT is has Abellio as a majority shareholder (70%) - make of that what you will! :)
     

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