So, as expected the switch to even pricing for outbound and return removes the date flexibility on the return leg currently available on an off peak return ticket@LNER said:
@ACCPnoPasaran said:Can you break your journey with single tickets ? With a super off peak return I had a month to complete my return journey.
@LNER said:It depends on the type of Single ticket you buy. Journeys with Advance Single tickets can't be broken. ^KM
@ACCPnoPasaran said:Ok that rules out advance single then. So you can break your journey using a super off peak or anytime single?
@LNER said:Hi. Yes, you can stop off at stations along your route of travel with an Anytime or Super Off-Peak ticket. ^KM
@ACCPnoPasaran said:Is it the case that you can only break your journey within the same day of travel? Previously we had a month’s validity?
@LNER said:I believe so but I'll double-check with a colleague and will get back to you. ^KM
@ACCPnoPasaran said:Thanks. It would be good to confirm if LNER have actually made things worse under the spurious guise of somehow making things ‘fairer’.
@LNER said:Hi. I've just heard back from my colleague. This trial doesn't restrict the flexibility of the old system - in fact, it allows for returns over a month which our old system didn't. In addition, tickets can be bought up to and including the day of (1/2) ^KM
@ACCPnoPasaran said:So are you advising me I can break my journey on the ‘super off peak’ or ‘any time’ single ticket up to a month from the date on ticket? As per the old system aa I did using the return portion of a super off peak return?
@LNER said:No. You can break your journey with a Super Off Peak or Anytime Single ticket but they're only valid for the date specified. ^KM