Not on single fares other than from outside Zone 1 into Zone 1.
It really isn't confusing.God it’s so confusing. Thanks for your help!
How does the Oyster off-peak cap for railcard holders work if a journey was made before 09:30 of lower value than the difference between the off-peak and anytime cap?My experience is that peak fares in the evening often ensure that the reduced off-peak cap is indeed reached.
If spend before 0930 is less than the difference between the caps then the effect will be the off-peak cap plus the journeys made before 0930. Take a look at https://oysterfares.com/information-pages/capping-examples/ where the third example shows exactly this scenario.How does the Oyster off-peak cap for railcard holders work if a journey was made before 09:30 of lower value than the difference between the off-peak and anytime cap?
It really isn't confusing.
Railcard discounts on Oyster
* apply to off-peak single fares
* don't apply to peak single fares.
You can find out fares on the single fare finder https://tfl.gov.uk/fares/find-fares/tube-and-rail-fares/single-fare-finder
The off-peak cap for railcard holders does apply for travel in the evening peak but the effect of that will depend on travel earlier in the day.
Yes, sorry.What you find simple may be confusing for others, please be mindful of that. That's why we ask questions. But thank you for your help.