The price of the +Any Permitted First Class Off Peak Day Single (FSX) between Hook/Winchfield and Berwick/Polegate is now £75.90. Since January, the price in the system was rather more marginal, but the change went through a few days ago. I couldn't possibly think what may have prompted this. I was looking for something else when I found them by chance in the fares database. National Rail Enquires and the other booking engines were all suggesting the FSX as the headline fare when said origins/destinations were input for off peak times. What's interesting is that Hook/Winchfield to London Terminals is only valid via Woking, but to Polegate, can be used via Basingstoke. By virtue of the SDS fares at least, Basingstoke is an appropriate routeing point for the cluster in question - validating them via Reading and Paddington. The database is littered with anomalous fares which allow modest savings on journeys. Of course, not to the extreme of this example or the infamous Kent Flyers, but plenty of low key fares which could save commuters a fair amount on journeys to London Terminals and other places.