Luton to Ryde Hoverport

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MrCub

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I'm having problems with finding tickets for this. BRFares.com suggest a fare of £40 with Gold Card discount for an off-peak return.

However National Rail claims no fares exist for this trip. Can anyone advise?

Failing that, what is the cheapest way of doing it? I am going on Monday, returning Tuesday, travelling off-peak in both directions, using the Hovercraft, and have a Gold Card.

I'm not bothered if the journey takes a bit longer or has more changes if the discount is worthwhile.

Any offers?
 
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According to EastCoast (which, being a WebTIS site, I find is much more intuitive to use than the National Rail website), you need to buy an Off-Peak Return for £40.00. This ticket is also valid on the Hoverbus from Portsmouth & Southsea to Southsea Hoverport.

Alternatively, I'd recommend, if you have the time, buying a CDR from Portsmouth & Southsea to Portsmouth Harbour (which you can do on the train), and walking from there to the Hoverport. It's a very pleasant walk along the seafront.
 
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