Tickets are available as an off-peak day return for travel on South West Trains and Island Line services (excluding travel to/from the Isle of Wight) on Saturday 26 July until Friday 22 August 2014 inclusive.
The day return fare is £15 adult and £7 child.
Tickets are available online, at stations, on/at TVMs and via telesales.
Ticket restrictions are in place if travelling on a weekday to London Waterloo, Vauxhall or Clapham Junction. Travel is not permitted on trains arriving into these stations before 1000 or departing before 0900. If you are travelling from one of these stations then travel is not permitted on trains leaving these stations between 1600 and 1907.
The fare will carry the same time restrictions as the First Off Peak Day ticket. First Off Peak tickets have exactly the same time restrictions as the Off Peak Day, but have an additional restriction from London during the evening peak Monday-Friday.
The evening restriction applies to customers boarding at London Waterloo-Clapham Junction inclusive. Customers can still board trains further down the line which would have left London between those times (for example a customer can still board the 1736 Guildford to Portsmouth Harbour even though this leaves London Waterloo at 1700).
Morning off-peak travel restrictions apply for the rest of the line (for example to travel from Southampton Central – Bournemouth customers must board trains at 0845 or later.
Travel is permitted between any two stations on our network during off-peak times. Not valid to/from stations west of Salisbury (Tisbury to Exeter St Davids or Warminster to
Bristol Temple Meads inclusive) and travel to/from the Isle of Wight.
This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.
Journeys priced by other train companies, but wholly within the area, are excluded from the promotion. Day Travelcards are excluded.
Weekend First Upgrade can be used in conjunction with ‘Make it a South West Summer’ promotional tickets subject to availability.
Services may be affected by engineering works and some stations may have a limited South West Trains service. We advise you to check your journey before you travel.
South West Trains reserves the right to refuse the sale of ‘Make it a South West Summer’ tickets to any person they believe will transfer, trade or resell them.
Tickets sold are subject to the National Rail Conditions of Carriage. Normal refund conditions apply.