London Travelcard Query

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  1. 185143

    185143 Established Member

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    Am I right in thinking that a Travelcard counts as a zonal ticket for Section 19c splitting purposes?

    If so, presumably I can't use my season ticket between Manchester and Stockport? (I am looking at splits for Manchester to Euston:D)
     
  2. andythebrave

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    Don't see why not as long as the train stops at Stockport. You would be making two journeys; Manchester to Stockport with season and Stockport to Euston with a combination of NR ticket(s) and Travelcard.
     
  3. Merseysider

    Merseysider Established Member Fares Advisor

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    If you remain on the same train then it's obviously one journey.
    A season MAN-SPT and 'normal' tickets down to the Travelcard boundary, plus a Day Travelcard, would be fine on non-stopping trains.
     
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    TEW Established Member

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    The splitting requirement is that only one of your tickets is a season ticket. Nothing prevents the use of a combination of tickets including one season tickets and daily zonal tickets.
     
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