A friend is going from Manchester to Bournemouth tomorrow morning at the last minute, though they're actually going to fly to Southampton then take the train onwards (their employer is paying). However out of curiosity I just looked at Manchester to Bournemouth tomorrow morning on trainsplit and found an impressive eight splits on the 07.27 XC service from Piccadilly, at a cost of £63.80 - compared to £129.40 for a non-split Advance or £135.30 for an Anytime Single. The thought of the train being delayed, and claiming for Delay Repay then crossed my mind - something that could potentially involve 8 separate claims! I haven't ever claimed for Delay Repay in a complex split ticketing scenario like this - just wondering if anyone has done something like this, and how the process went? (e.g. Did you have to re-submit any claims etc?) In this instance it's not only a single TOC, but a direct train - in other cases I guess (multiple TOCs and trains, and possibly multiple delays) it could get a whole lot more complicated.