- 12 Apr 2019
Yes, I think it was also a 'common sense' change to permit scenarios like my buying a ticket on line for my elderly parent who has not got web access / my buying a ticket for my partner as I work near the station for her to use on a journey the next day requiring an early start so she can avoid risk of queue at the station type things that would technically have been 'transferring a ticket'Did this change at some point recently, then? I had always understood, since many years ago, that tickets were technically non-transferable, even if in practice that was rarely, if ever, enforced.
EDIT: To answer my own question, it seems it wasn't historically allowed. I found a copy of NRCOC 2012, which said: