Hi, I've been looking at ways of saving money on my commute from Levenshulme to Huddersfield (actually the commute is from Levenshulme to Leeds, but I have an M card that covers me from Huddersfield to Leeds). I found out yesterday that it is cheaper to get an off-peak return from Huddersfield to Levenshulme than it is to get an off-peak return from Levenshulme to Huddersfield, because the latter doesn't give me a saving using my 16-25 railcard due to the minimum spend on anytime tickets using a railcard. I asked for a return from Huddersfield to Levenshulme yesterday at Leeds station. I was offered a ticket at £9.20 (as opposed to the £12 if I buy a ticket in the reverse direction). Although this is an off-peak ticket, the counter staff said that I would be able to use the return portion at peak time. I have done so today, but was this advice correct? Looking at BR fares it shows the £9.20 ticket with a 16-25 railcard, but also says that 'minimum fare of £12 may apply'. Using NR's journey planner I cannot find this £9.20 fare, when inputting a HUD to LVM evening journey, with an early morning peak return the next working day using a 16-25 railcard, only the £12 fare. Perhaps I was sold this ticket incorrectly? Thanks for your help, lovely ticket people.