Ticket Advice, Kings Langley-Brighton

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cuna84

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Hi everyone,
Looking for the usual great ticketing advice from the experts on here. I will be travelling down to Brighton on the 22nd June, returning on the 24th June. I see that there is an off-peak return available priced at £35.60. Firstly am I able to start short on the outward leg, travelling from Clapham Junction to Brighton (as I will already be in London)? Secondly, are there any useful splitting points to possibly reduce the cost?
 
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What time would you like to travel?

Would you like flexible tickets or would you be happy to commit to advance tickets or Southern Daysave.
 

cuna84

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I'll be travelling in the peak on the Friday and not sure what time on Sunday so I would imagine the off peak return is the best bet
 

cuna84

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I do Sonic yes, but ideally I would like to split using paper tickets as travelling and having to detrain, touch in/out and then wait for a following train is not ideal
 

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I do Sonic yes, but ideally I would like to split using paper tickets as travelling and having to detrain, touch in/out and then wait for a following train is not ideal

I was going to further a question to asking if you had Oyster, do you hold a weekly travelcard on Oyster? or is it just a PAYG one.

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Kings Langley to Brighton off peak return with web discount £25.95 from www.southernrailway.com

Cuna84 please note the ticket above johnnycache has suggested is route Kensington Olympia, this means :

You must travel via Kensington Olympia on the way back. So your route would be :

  • Brighton - Clapham Junction
  • Clapham Junction - Watford Junction via Kensington Olympia
  • Watford Junction - Kings Langley

If you wish to travel :

  • Brighton - London Victoria
  • London Victoria - London Euston via Tube
  • London Euston - Kings Langley

Then the Any Permitted ticket priced at £30.35 (when booked online) will be applicable for the above journey.
 

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Perfect thanks guys, and just to confirm again that I can start short with this ticket on the outward journey?
 

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Kings Langley - Brighton
Route Kensngtn Olympia
Off-Peak Return
£29.80 (£25.95 with web discount)

and

Kings Langley - Brighton
Route +Any Permitted
Off-Peak Return
£35.60 (£30.35 with web discount)

both have Restriction 4B, which does not have break of journey restriction, so you're fine to start short on either ticket.
 
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