Not that I'm planning to do this. I generally dont bother a lot of the time because, with a season ticket I find that 50% refund for a journey works out at £4 or something. BUT, I've noticed that there a few sites that will give you exact times for the past few weeks. So OK you travel from A to B at a certain time every day generally. Whats to stop someone checking for a late train (theres occasionally one or two ) and then claiming saying - honest, I caught that one even if they didnt'? Impossible to check as well surely - unless the system is clever enough to check times tickets were scanned at the station. Then again, it wouldn't work, sometimes, I've been in work and I've checked and train is cancelled (happened once or twice). So I wont bother and catch the next one - 30 mins later. In effect, the cancellation of my train has made me 30 mins later but I've still not arrived at the station in advance because I knew about it. --- old post above --- --- new post below --- In fact, delayrepaysniper.com lists all the trains that you can claim for. Implying that you should claim for them. Bit naughty.