Hopefully this is in the right place, apologies if not! I've recently purchased a 1st Class Single from the East Midlands to London, for a Saturday afternoon. I originally intended to purchase a Standard Class ticket (£30.50), but when I went to book the EMR website showed me an upgrade offer of an extra £5 for 1st class, with a tick box to select if I wanted it - sounded like a bargain, so I did! I'm travelling for work on that Saturday, however I now can't claim any of the cost of this ticket back, as the company policy is Standard Class tickets only for expense claims. As I'm travelling with a couple of big bags, I'm hoping 1st Class will be a more pleasant experience than Standard, and in this case am willing to pay the £35.50 out of my own pocket without claiming anything back. However, when travelling for work at other times, I may be also be tempted with a 1st Class upgrade at my own expense but would still like to claim the cost of a Standard Class ticket back, particularly if the cost of a Standard Class ticket is higher than £30.50. Is there any way to have an itemised receipt I can use for expense claims in this situation if I did upgrade? For example in this case if the ticket receipt was broken down to (as an example) £30.50 Standard Class £5.00 1st Class Upgrade I could then use the receipt to at least claim the £30.50 back in expenses, but not claim the £5.00 back as that is at my own expense. I do realise it's probably not possible, given the complexities of ticketing as it currently is, but wondered if it was.