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Hello me (yet again)

Im travelling on the 11th April on the 0627 Train from Tivertopn Parkway - London Paddington.
Would it be worth getting a seat reservation.

(My friend is joining the train at Worle)

Thankyou
Ollie
 
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It's always worth it.
If you have both sets of tickets ask for two seats next to each other from Worle)
 

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i am advance not sure on him
Slight confusion here.

If you bought an Advance ticket (which is a fare type and states Advance on the ticket itself) then you must travel on the train you're reserved on. You should have automatically received a reservation when you booked your ticket.

On the other hand, if it were a flexible walk-on ticket (Off-Peak / Super Off-Peak / Anytime) simply bought in advance then you might need to ask for a reservation as it doesn't come with the ticket automatically.

Is your ticket the former or the latter? If you're not sure, we can check if you tell us how much the ticket cost. (I assume it is a child ticket from your previous posts. Correct?)
 
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