Your questions about all types of train tickets from Gatwick Express answered here…
Yes, you’ll need a valid ticket (or permit to travel) to travel on our trains. If you travel on a train without a ticket, you’ll be asked to pay the full single or return fare or, may be given a penalty fare.
As well as our regular fares and season tickets, we have railcard discounts too.
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You can buy rail tickets with our online ticket booking system, from a ticket vending machine or at a ticket office at your local station. If you buy online you won’t pay a booking fee and delivery is free.
Check what facilities are available at your station:
Up to two children under five can travel with you free of charge if you have a valid ticket. But please note that they can only sit in a seat if it's not needed by another passenger with a ticket.
Child fares are available up to the child's 16th birthday. After then, they must buy an adult ticket. Anyone travelling on a child fare may be asked for proof of age by our inspectors.
The 16-25 Railcard can save money for young people in full time education.
You can use Oyster Travelcard season tickets on our trains for journeys within the valid zones. You can also use Oyster pay as you go (PAYG) within the travelcard zone area.
Railcards are a great way get discounted rail travel throughout Great Britain - saving you at least a third on the standard fare. You can buy railcards online at www.railcard.co.uk or from any of our ticket offices. Just choose the one that suits you best.
Freedom pass holders can travel free on National Rail routes within the valid zones after 09:30 on weekdays or at any time on weekends and public holidays.
You can travel free at all times on most Transport for London (TfL) services.
If you are planning a trip on Gatwick Express services outside of the London zones, you will need to buy the additional appropriate ticket at the start of your journey.
You can show your pass and you will only have to pay the additional fare starting from where the London Zone boundary ends to your final destination.
Freedom passes are issued to older and disabled Londoners by your local council.
The National Rail Conditions of Travel are the contract between us and you.
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