Clapham Jn [CLJ] or Vauxhall [VXH] to London Euston [EUS] on Priv

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  1. Urban Gateline

    Urban Gateline Established Member

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    Hi Folks,

    In aid of the forum meet in London tonight, I wanted to check if certain tickets are possible to buy using Priv. :)

    Is it possible to get a Priv ticket from either CLJ or VXH to EUS? I am aware the normally we sell passengers a Zone U12 single, but I am not sure if this can be priv discounted.

    CLJ to EUS seems to bring up an £8 anytime return, can I get this on PRIV for £2?

    Or should I just use my standard undiscounted Oyster card for this journey?

    Many thanks!
     
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  3. bb21

    bb21 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Clapham Junction - Queens Park (London) Route +Any Permitted is priced at £1.25 SDS or £2 SDR with PRIV.

    Alternatively there is a Waterloo East - St Pancras Route Not Underground, via London Bridge and Thameslink priced at 55p SDS or £1.10 SDR.
     
  4. Urban Gateline

    Urban Gateline Established Member

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    Thanks BB21, where did you get Queens Park from though, as thats quite a trek to get to EUS from there, would have to get another ticket for LO then! The Waterloo East sounds like a good option, never thought of that, probably takes a while though!

    So theres definitely no CLJ or VXH to EUS fare? I'm sure I saw that £8 Anytime Day Return VXH-EUS, could I buy that for £2 on Priv?
     
  5. John @ home

    John @ home Established Member Fares Advisor

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    Clapham Junction - Queens Park (London) Route +Any Permitted is valid
    • Clapham Jn - Victoria
    • Victoria Und - Euston Und
    • Euston - Queens Park
    and it's valid for break of journey so you don't need to do the last bit.
    That's an Underground fare. You are unlikely to get PRIV discount unless you are safeguarded staff.
     
  6. AlterEgo

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    Or get a dopey booking office agent when you buy your Oyster card....as people have reported!
     
  7. Urban Gateline

    Urban Gateline Established Member

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    Thanks guys, was just me being thick then, had not thought of that! :lol:
     
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