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London Transport - "Please Offer Me A Seat" badge

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Badge and card application Many of our customers, particularly disabled people and those with invisible impairments, conditions or illnesses, find it difficult to get a seat. The free 'Please of… Read More
Badge and card application Many of our customers, particularly disabled people and those with invisible impairments, conditions or illnesses, find it difficult to get a seat. The free 'Please of…
derekduggan Avatar4w, 40m agoFound 4 weeks, 40 minutes ago11 Comments
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Also available from local bus company in Brighton and Crawley
waynersheridan
Shouldn't need a Badge !

Sad but true. Then again I recall seeing a WWII Propaganda short (film) a few years back reminding people to give up one's seat to a burdened or older commuter. Which only goes to show the ill-mannered have always made up a sizeable proportion of a population.

Edited By: loiterer on Apr 28, 2017 20:14
Thanks for this post.
I've ordered one for my mum. She struggles to find a seat because of her "invisible" illnesses. I'll see if this helps
There's a lot of scepticism surrounding this thing?, it makes sense in some ways I guess?.

But I believe it's a good idea anyway. :-)
therealclaireh
This is a good idea i have an 'invisible' illness getting a seat on a central line tube to go in to the city from stations in Essex/Hainault loop easy always loads of seats if you want a seat going out of the city there never is any if you have an illness/disability that isn't obvious, you can't stand for long and don't use a stick or walking aid you wont get offered a seat

Great point, totally agreed.

I think HUKD need to be monitoring fascistic hate speed on their site, unless they share those ridiculous opinions.
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Victoria Coach Station celebrates its heritage with 85th Anniversary Festival

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Victoria Coach Station will open its doors to visitors this weekend in celebration of its 85th anniversary. The iconic Art Deco station - which is operated by Transport for London (TfL) - will play ho… Read More
Victoria Coach Station will open its doors to visitors this weekend in celebration of its 85th anniversary. The iconic Art Deco station - which is operated by Transport for London (TfL) - will play ho…
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...Will you be going to the event this weekend? Let us know via Twitter or Facebook, or call the studio direct on 0800 020 9909.

http://sino.co.uk/news/article/iconic-coach-station-celebrates-85th-anniversary


Edited By: seb on Mar 11, 2017 10:33
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No Congestion Charge - 26th Dec till 2nd Jan

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Finally a few days we aren't fleeced for driving to London Read More
Finally a few days we aren't fleeced for driving to London
kaks Avatar5m, 3d agoFound 5 months, 3 days ago86 Comments
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Gamesdead
Uber prius' trying their hardest to crash into you at every chance. Cyclists spitting at you if you dare to pass them within 25ft. Pedestrians walking in front of you at crossings then giving you dirty looks for daring to drive in the road. 15 million empty buses blocking every road and people riding boris bikes that haven't cycled since they were 8. Welcome to London curtesy of TFL.
Sorry why are you driving in London? Pollution causes 10000 premature deaths a year. Cyclists or pedestrians dont. The congestion charge should be doubled over Xmas, not waived!
While I agree with you in principles, City was pretty much deserted during Xmas/NYE (I was here basically every day), so lifting CC didn't make huge difference. I would rather like to see Khan's new ULEZ introduced ASAP rather than general Congestion Charge (which does nothing to those cancerous old buses and taxis).

robertoegg
That city that was built in the 1600s? And when did cars come along? :D
City of London? More like ~1st century AD :) And yes, it wasn't built in cars in mind :D

Edited By: core on Jan 02, 2017 09:43
Gamesdead
Uber prius' trying their hardest to crash into you at every chance. Cyclists spitting at you if you dare to pass them within 25ft. Pedestrians walking in front of you at crossings then giving you dirty looks for daring to drive in the road. 15 million empty buses blocking every road and people riding boris bikes that haven't cycled since they were 8. Welcome to London curtesy of TFL.

Ok you talked me into it, I'm off to grab my keys :)
That city that was built in the 1600s? And when did cars come along? :D
Gamesdead
Uber prius' trying their hardest to crash into you at every chance. Cyclists spitting at you if you dare to pass them within 25ft. Pedestrians walking in front of you at crossings then giving you dirty looks for daring to drive in the road. 15 million empty buses blocking every road and people riding boris bikes that haven't cycled since they were 8. Welcome to London curtesy of TFL.
No issues driving in central whatsoever just the traffic now and then can be painful.
Free parking helps too if you know where to look
Imagine that there was no congestion charge, and no buses, and no bus lanes. Imagine too that people could park where they wanted for as long as they liked. People would drive into London and park, and very soon the roads would be congested and traffic would be at a standstill. Parked cars would block roads, and the volume of traffic trying to move around would mean that no one would get anywhere. Then someone would say let's have buses with special lanes to take some of this traffic off the road. Someone else would say let's have parking restrictions on some roads so that traffic can actually move. Finally someone else would come up with an idea to reduce congestion by charging people who want to bring a car into central London a fee for doing so. Then some sort of order would be restored. Until the day that someone decided that the congestion charge was a rip-off, and that buses and bus lanes were a bad idea....
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Free travel in London for War veterans

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Benefits and eligibility If you receive payments under the War Pensions Scheme, or Guaranteed Income Payment under the Armed Forces Compensation Schemes, you may be eligible for concessionary trave… Read More
Benefits and eligibility If you receive payments under the War Pensions Scheme, or Guaranteed Income Payment under the Armed Forces Compensation Schemes, you may be eligible for concessionary trave…
Outrunner Avatar5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago25 Comments
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oshmo8
cold - don't believe in war.
It is not a question of believing in or liking war.

But it is a sad, tragic and unfortunately real fact of life that even in today's modern enlightened world, there are those from the extremes of the political left and right and from extremist religious groups, that wish to 'take over the world' against the will of the majority. This is done by waging war on us, and not always in the 'traditional' way but more and more in underhand, dirty and sacrificial ways with no respect for life or property.

There are then also various natural disasters and other unfortunate events in the world.

To cope with all these, the only viable way is to have well trained, well disciplined well equipped Armed forces to defend us, fight for us, save us and deal with these other events with the utmost of professionalism, courage and strength.

However, in doing this those in the Armed forces face constant real danger and threat to their lives and health, in a way no other job does. To this end, we should all be indebted to them, as they are the ones that truly and unfortunately make the ultimate sacrifice for all of our good.

For that, we should at least allow them a few extras like free transport to show our gratitude for what they do for us.


Very well said.
oshmo8
cold - don't believe in war.
A bit naive.
If someone attacked you,I'm afraid you have to defend yourself.
Sandman66
Totally agree, veterans should get this and more. If you've given of yourself for this country then you and your immediate family should be entitled to a higher level of service on transport and hospitals too.
And no, I'm not a veteran...just feel they deserve better treatment.
I totally agree with woks already been posted.

Here,veterans get a rough deal but asylum seekers/refugees get much better treatment.:D
should think so too, not just London either!!
oshmo8
cold - don't believe in war.
It is not a question of believing in or liking war.

But it is a sad, tragic and unfortunately real fact of life that even in today's modern enlightened world, there are those from the extremes of the political left and right and from extremist religious groups, that wish to 'take over the world' against the will of the majority. This is done by waging war on us, and not always in the 'traditional' way but more and more in underhand, dirty and sacrificial ways with no respect for life or property.

There are then also various natural disasters and other unfortunate events in the world.

To cope with all these, the only viable way is to have well trained, well disciplined well equipped Armed forces to defend us, fight for us, save us and deal with these other events with the utmost of professionalism, courage and strength.

However, in doing this those in the Armed forces face constant real danger and threat to their lives and health, in a way no other job does. To this end, we should all be indebted to them, as they are the ones that truly and unfortunately make the ultimate sacrifice for all of our good.

For that, we should at least allow them a few extras like free transport to show our gratitude for what they do for us.
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New Year's Eve FREE Travel on ALL tfl LONDON TRANSPORT 23:45 - 04:30 just walk on

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Between 23:45 and 04:30, you can travel free on Transport for London's network. This includes the Tube, London Overground, buses, the DLR, TfL Rail and Trams. Takes place every year. Fantastic. Read More
Between 23:45 and 04:30, you can travel free on Transport for London's network. This includes the Tube, London Overground, buses, the DLR, TfL Rail and Trams. Takes place every year. Fantastic.
boyaloud Avatar5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago109 Comments
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soldierboy001
amour3k
maltikism
what's all the excitement? the trains are utterly rammed to an inhumane level on NYE night, it'd be shocking if they actually made you pay for it.
This New Year's Eve Travel freebie is ALWAYS 'Sponsored' on a Yearly basis by someone/somebody? (Tommy Hilfiger, Gucci, Wonga, etc, etc, etc?).
So, however anyone chooses to look at it, it is actually being paid for by somebody, somewhere ...
You didn't come back and answer my previous post so will tell you. Nobody as well as 2014 and 2015.
https://tfl.gov.uk/info-for/media/press-releases/2015/december/free-travel-this-new-year-s-e
soldierboy001
amour3k
maltikism
what's all the excitement? the trains are utterly rammed to an inhumane level on NYE night, it'd be shocking if they actually made you pay for it.
This New Year's Eve Travel freebie is ALWAYS 'Sponsored' on a Yearly basis by someone/somebody? (Tommy Hilfiger, Gucci, Wonga, etc, etc, etc?).
So, however anyone chooses to look at it, it is actually being paid for by somebody, somewhere ...
You didn't come back and answer my previous post so will tell you. Nobody as well as 2014 and 2015.

My bad!, haven't come back to this Thread again since my last comment before, lol.

Thanx for your replies anyway, I've now seen them. :-)

And to answer your previous question, I've no idea who Sponsored the free TFL freebie for 23:45pm-04:30am on 31st December 2016 to 1st January 2017?, I didn't check prior? (and now a few days 'after' the event, I have no clue again?, hehehe).

Enlighten us?. :-)
Shoesize
yas212
Every time that I've gone into central London for Xmas eve I've regretted it immensely
This story needs lots more details.
Is it just the travelling experience, with all the drunk revellers shouting, laughing obnoxiously loudly, pushing, shoving, puking, or is it the let-down of the countdown, where you're huddled in with an army of strangers for a few minutes of nice fireworks, immediately followed by the depressing comedown as the crowd deflatedly disperses?
haha pretty much all of that.
plus overpriced everything
amour3k
maltikism
what's all the excitement? the trains are utterly rammed to an inhumane level on NYE night, it'd be shocking if they actually made you pay for it.
This New Year's Eve Travel freebie is ALWAYS 'Sponsored' on a Yearly basis by someone/somebody? (Tommy Hilfiger, Gucci, Wonga, etc, etc, etc?).
So, however anyone chooses to look at it, it is actually being paid for by somebody, somewhere ...



You didn't come back and answer my previous post so will tell you. Nobody as well as 2014 and 2015.
bozo007
Interesting to see so many people saying London's underground system isn't that great compared to many other cities around the world. To some extent, I agree, but to be fair - many of those cities did not have a system like this even 50 years ago. London had one 150 years ago and that also brings in many limitations on growth; it has had to grow with what it already had. Yes, its also expensive but that is because of government subsidies elsewhere. So kudos to what London has achieved.



Government subsidies would not come into it as tfl is the responsibility of The London Greater Council under the stewardship of The Mayor of London.
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FLY WITH THE SNOWMAN AND THE SNOWDOG on the EMIRATES AIR LINE - £8.40 Adults/£5.00 Children

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oin The Snowman™ and The Snowdog on the Emirates Air Line London's cable car brings you a magical flying experience this festive season, in partnership with Snowman Enterprises Ltd. Between 26 Novemb… Read More
oin The Snowman™ and The Snowdog on the Emirates Air Line London's cable car brings you a magical flying experience this festive season, in partnership with Snowman Enterprises Ltd. Between 26 Novemb…
Mars80 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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They're not running it this year but are doing festive music and lots going on beside The O2. Cheap and great fun for all the family.
I'll cancel the post then. Sorry guys :(
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anneka16
I've just spoken to them and they are unaware of anything that is running this year? Anymore info
Sounds like last years offer? i.e. started 26th Nov 2015 through to 4th Jan 2016
Between 26 November and 4 January 2016you can soar above the Thames in a 'flight' with The Snowman and The Snowdog.
It'll have melted by now then, so you'll have to settle for standing in a puddle. :)
heat
anneka16
I've just spoken to them and they are unaware of anything that is running this year? Anymore info

Sounds like last years offer? i.e. started 26th Nov 2015 through to 4th Jan 2016

Between 26 November and 4 January 2016you can soar above the Thames in a 'flight' with The Snowman and The Snowdog.
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Free second journey on london bus - From £1.50

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If you do not frequently travel by bus, you may be interested to know that the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has launched the new Hopper fare.  When you use a contactless payment or Oyster card to pay as you Read More
If you do not frequently travel by bus, you may be interested to know that the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has launched the new Hopper fare.  When you use a contactless payment or Oyster card to pay as you
BINALSEJ Avatar8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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what's the furthest you can go, do you reckon
urinthematrix
Hmmmm might not be good for long journey eg if I use bus 25 from Ilford and want to get off at Oxford circus to hop on to another bus then this would have been more than 60minutes anyway. .. hmmmm I wonder if there is a way around it?
Have some heat for heads up

You'd just pay two fares as now so nothing lost.
A good idea, they've had similar schemes in some American cities for years, glad its finally appeared over here.
Thanks for the heads up, have some heat.

Edited By: Delbert Grady on Sep 12, 2016 18:26
It's a deal, not a freebie, as you have to buy a ticket.
Hmmmm might not be good for long journey eg if I use bus 25 from Ilford and want to get off at Oxford circus to hop on to another bus then this would have been more than 60minutes anyway. .. hmmmm I wonder if there is a way around it?
Have some heat for heads up
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Around £220 Million lying around on Oyster cards - Claim your money back!

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Check yours and post in comments :) I've got 4 of the damn things (usually forget it) and with £5 on each one minimum (what you pay for one at the machine/kiosk) plus whatever value you have on the… Read More
Check yours and post in comments :) I've got 4 of the damn things (usually forget it) and with £5 on each one minimum (what you pay for one at the machine/kiosk) plus whatever value you have on the…
goonertillidie Avatar9m, 1d agoFound 9 months, 1 day ago155 Comments
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Got £2.10 back from a 2014 trip.....
Outrunner
You don't need to use an Oyster card in London, simply register your Debit or Credit card on the TFL site https://contactless.tfl.gov.uk/ and you can use them instead, no need to queue to top up your card.
Registering your card is optional. You don't have to register a contactless credit/debit card to use it on London Transport.

Edited By: Arfa.Quid on May 05, 2017 09:48
You don't need to use an Oyster card in London, simply register your Debit or Credit card on the TFL site https://contactless.tfl.gov.uk/ and you can use them instead, no need to queue to top up your card.
David23
Got a card from 2007 lying around somewhere, might have to check it out.

I just tried my card from 2012...
We have not been able to confirm that you are the card holder. This may be because you haven't yet provided us with a security question and answer, and you have not used the Oyster card to travel in the last 8 weeks. Please make a journey using the Oyster card and try again the next day.

For further assistance, please contact TfL Customer Services on 0343 222 1234 (8am - 8pm).
Can't create an account on a card that hasn't been used in over 8 weeks, I'd say thats where the majority of credit is sitting! I can't reclaim it unless I go back to London. Solid £15 on that card.
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Transported by Design festival Sunday 3 July

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London's iconic Regent Street will be transformed into a spectacular display of transport designs on Sunday 3 July during a free festival presented by Transport for London (TfL) and London Transport M… Read More
London's iconic Regent Street will be transformed into a spectacular display of transport designs on Sunday 3 July during a free festival presented by Transport for London (TfL) and London Transport M…
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The Snowman and The Snowdog experience on the Emirates Air Line £5.00

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The Emirates Air line seems to be celebrating the sequal to the famous christmas film The Snowman. Join The Snowman™ and The Snowdog on the Emirates Air Line London's cable car brings you a magic… Read More
The Emirates Air line seems to be celebrating the sequal to the famous christmas film The Snowman. Join The Snowman™ and The Snowdog on the Emirates Air Line London's cable car brings you a magic…
Mars80 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago4 Comments
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patrick_000
Ahh, the cable car from the Millennium dome over a car junk yard to the middle of nowhere. Another one of Boris Johnson's disaster projects that's costing Londoners a fortune in losses due to virtually no one using it. If you're going there just for this then I suspect you'll be disappointed. Book yourself in for the climb over the O2 or a concert there - at least that'll make the trip a bit more worthwhile.
It's such a shame they didn't put this cable car where people want to travel between. It'd be such an asset for London if better sited.


Says more about Britain's love-hate relationship with middle east and the second class 'royalties' created by the allies after World War I.
patrick_000
Ahh, the cable car from the Millennium dome over a car junk yard to the middle of nowhere. Another one of Boris Johnson's disaster projects that's costing Londoners a fortune in losses due to virtually no one using it. If you're going there just for this then I suspect you'll be disappointed. Book yourself in for the climb over the O2 or a concert there - at least that'll make the trip a bit more worthwhile.
It's such a shame they didn't put this cable car where people want to travel between. It'd be such an asset for London if better sited.

Correction, millennium dome is now o2 areana...
sounds fantastic
Ahh, the cable car from the Millennium dome over a car junk yard to the middle of nowhere. Another one of Boris Johnson's disaster projects that's costing Londoners a fortune in losses due to virtually no one using it. If you're going there just for this then I suspect you'll be disappointed. Book yourself in for the climb over the O2 or a concert there - at least that'll make the trip a bit more worthwhile.
It's such a shame they didn't put this cable car where people want to travel between. It'd be such an asset for London if better sited.
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Travel for Free on Transport for London every Monday from Nov 23rd till Dec 14th using MasterCard with Apple Pay

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From November 23rd, anyone using MasterCard with Apple Pay can travel for free on Transport for London every Monday. This campaign will run for four Mondays ending on December 14. Apple Pay users t… Read More
From November 23rd, anyone using MasterCard with Apple Pay can travel for free on Transport for London every Monday. This campaign will run for four Mondays ending on December 14. Apple Pay users t…
unsaltedrhino Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago29 Comments
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People saying Apple devices are only for the rich pipe down. Look at all the Council Houses with their Sky dishes, cigarettes and benefits not to mention their brand new £40+ p/m iPhones.
Transformers
slliw
I work for Tfl and get free travel but I'll be using this tomorrow.
Why? :|

So i can feedback the user experience of the system
unsaltedrhino
HUKDUSER94
How do you get the refund - is it automatic?
Yup automatic refund.
No refund received as of yet correct?
slliw
I work for Tfl and get free travel but I'll be using this tomorrow.
Why? :|
unsaltedrhino
HUKDUSER94
How do you get the refund - is it automatic?
Yup automatic refund.
Thanks :)
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free travel for kids (Under 11) on all london train services from january 2nd

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Hundreds of thousands of children under eleven are to get free travel on all train services in the capital, it was announced today. Transport for London said that from January 2 next year they will… Read More
Hundreds of thousands of children under eleven are to get free travel on all train services in the capital, it was announced today. Transport for London said that from January 2 next year they will…
seb Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago22 Comments
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thanks Seb
great news , hoooray
Anyone can use an Oyster card with zones 1-6 and anyone can have an Oyster card regardless if you live in or outside London.
I'm pretty sure you can go to the kids school and get the form stamped! You don't have to use a passport
Themadcow
freccle
Is this just for people living in London or would it apply to those visiting too

It's an interesting one, as I'll be paying the lovely £4850 fare for my rail commute into London next year but as I'm outside zone 6 I don't even get an oyster card so have to use a crappy cardboard ticket. I'd love my kids to come into town with me occassionally so this would be ideal.


I'm sure oyster cards are available to everyone. How else would all the tourists get around without cash fares on the busses?
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Free Santander Cycle membership keys

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Santander Cycles is giving away free keys to members who register before the end of September (usual price £3). Read More
Santander Cycles is giving away free keys to members who register before the end of September (usual price £3).
Daywalker04 Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago3 Comments
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got ripped off with these bikes before.
£14 for a few hours. cheaper to get a oyster and a travel card for the day
Already posted
Great for people who use them a lot
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Free Santander / Borris bike key this September

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During the month of September, the TFL/Santander are offering a free Borris Bike key fob, instead of the usual £3 fee. Simply link it to your credit/debit card, and off you go. Read More
During the month of September, the TFL/Santander are offering a free Borris Bike key fob, instead of the usual £3 fee. Simply link it to your credit/debit card, and off you go.
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Ken bikes
FRZ
Dave
FRZ
Im confused its saying £90 isnt this free?
That's yearly membership, you want to choose pay as you pedal for this offer.
Wouldn't that mean you would get charged loads for using?

For a £2 unlock fee you can have unlimited rides in one day as long as they're shorter than 30 mins. If you're really trying to save but want to do longer journeys then keep swapping your bike every time you're close to 30 mins.
Dave
FRZ
Dave
FRZ
Im confused its saying £90 isnt this free?
That's yearly membership, you want to choose pay as you pedal for this offer.
Wouldn't that mean you would get charged loads for using?
Not if you're going downhill and let your feet sway to the side X)
you make my day...still laughing
FRZ
Dave
FRZ
Im confused its saying £90 isnt this free?
That's yearly membership, you want to choose pay as you pedal for this offer.
Wouldn't that mean you would get charged loads for using?

Not if you're going downhill and let your feet sway to the side X)
Dave
FRZ
Im confused its saying £90 isnt this free?
That's yearly membership, you want to choose pay as you pedal for this offer.

Wouldn't that mean you would get charged loads for using?
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Free "BABY ON BOARD" badge!

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You email your full name and address to [email protected] to revive a free baby on board badge! Baby on Board badges can be delivered to any address within the Greater London area, and South E… Read More
You email your full name and address to [email protected] to revive a free baby on board badge! Baby on Board badges can be delivered to any address within the Greater London area, and South E…
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honeymonster86
Only in London are the people so sorry and sad, that you'd need a badge.
It makes little difference... I think you could be in active labour on a tube and still no one would given up their seat!!!
We made the mistake of joining a Clapham Junction train at about 5pm on a weekday, with a 2 month old baby who was upset, and no one would make eye contact with me let alone offer a seat... so I did my mom duty and sang my heart out, whilst getting the world's best workout ever trying to hush the baby with air swings etc. It is sad how so many well-paid and well-spoken people can conveniently forget any manners their mothers ever taught them, when the time is right!
so true. I always give up my seat for pregnant, elderly, or people with children (or move so they can sit together), whilst all the men in suits are happy to sit there and watch them struggle!
Sad reflection of our society in the so called civilised nation of the West, I find women are more willing to give up their seat than men, makes you wander how they must treat the women in their lives.....
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honeymonster86
Only in London are the people so sorry and sad, that you'd need a badge.
It makes little difference... I think you could be in active labour on a tube and still no one would given up their seat!!!
We made the mistake of joining a Clapham Junction train at about 5pm on a weekday, with a 2 month old baby who was upset, and no one would make eye contact with me let alone offer a seat... so I did my mom duty and sang my heart out, whilst getting the world's best workout ever trying to hush the baby with air swings etc. It is sad how so many well-paid and well-spoken people can conveniently forget any manners their mothers ever taught them, when the time is right!


so true. I always give up my seat for pregnant, elderly, or people with children (or move so they can sit together), whilst all the men in suits are happy to sit there and watch them struggle!
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honeymonster86
Only in London are the people so sorry and sad, that you'd need a badge.
It makes little difference... I think you could be in active labour on a tube and still no one would given up their seat!!!
We made the mistake of joining a Clapham Junction train at about 5pm on a weekday, with a 2 month old baby who was upset, and no one would make eye contact with me let alone offer a seat... so I did my mom duty and sang my heart out, whilst getting the world's best workout ever trying to hush the baby with air swings etc. It is sad how so many well-paid and well-spoken people can conveniently forget any manners their mothers ever taught them, when the time is right!
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honeymonster86
Only in London are the people so sorry and sad, that you'd need a badge.


It makes little difference... I think you could be in active labour on a tube and still no one would given up their seat!!!
pippajohnst1207
Not sure I'd want to wear a badge to say I am. The miserys that get on the bus wouldn't give up a seat for you anyway.

I cant comment on the first part of your statement mind, as thats your own personal opinion of yourself? .. the second oart of your statement mind is a little different?, throughtout the WHOLE of the London Transport system (Buses, Trains, Tubes, Overhead/British Rail Trains & the like), & the like, they ALL state the message of please give up your seat for the elderly or for a pregnant person (a request), &/or reserved for women with children (a statement).
Either way, somebody somewhere is meant to help u out in some way while on your Bus or Train or whatever?, so .....
(Have a look next time or something?, its written either next to, or under the picture symbol of a Pregnant Lady, &/or that of an OAP Couple ..... )
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Free WiFi at 150 London Underground and Overground Stations for various network subscribers

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Free WiFi at Tube stations Virgin Media have partnered with TFL to bring WiFi to 150 London Underground stations. You can go online anywhere in those stations - in ticket halls, corridors and pl… Read More
Free WiFi at Tube stations Virgin Media have partnered with TFL to bring WiFi to 150 London Underground stations. You can go online anywhere in those stations - in ticket halls, corridors and pl…
steeev Avatar2y, 2w agoFound 2 years, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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dewonderful
Can't anyone these days sit on their **** for 20 minutes without connecting to the internet?


No, that's what HotUKdeals was invented for.
katey1150
copperspock
katey1150
im sure there are ample other more in-depth resource's available to suggest the direct link between wifi and cancer http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertszczerba/2015/01/13/study-suggests-wi-fi-exposure-more-dangerous-to-kids-than-previously-thought/
I continue to await with bated breath for the peer-reviewed scientific paper that proves your assertion.
whilst you wait with bated breath feel free to submerge yourself in wifi waves and throw caution to the wind as im sure your absolutely right and it poses no health risk's at all to you ;)

Feel free to submerge yourself in theta-gamma waves and throw caution to the wind as I'm sure you're absolutely right and it poses no health risks at all to you.

See? I can make unsupported claims as well.
Can't anyone these days sit on their **** for 20 minutes without connecting to the internet?
copperspock
katey1150
im sure there are ample other more in-depth resource's available to suggest the direct link between wifi and cancer http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertszczerba/2015/01/13/study-suggests-wi-fi-exposure-more-dangerous-to-kids-than-previously-thought/
I continue to await with bated breath for the peer-reviewed scientific paper that proves your assertion.
whilst you wait with bated breath feel free to submerge yourself in wifi waves and throw caution to the wind as im sure your absolutely right and it poses no health risk's at all to you ;)
Thanks for collating this info. Heat added
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London Underground Train Door Bottle Opener £13.99 @ Transport For London Shop

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Bottle opener that looks like the open buttons on London Underground trains. This actually is bigger than it looks. A5 size. Has two strong magnets on the back so can be put on the fridge and used wit… Read More
Bottle opener that looks like the open buttons on London Underground trains. This actually is bigger than it looks. A5 size. Has two strong magnets on the back so can be put on the fridge and used wit…
Guest991145 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago5 Comments
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I paid £5 for one of these from Debenhams at Xmas. Great item
LesD
Great Amazon review....NOT!"This just doesn't work. The sequence of events is as follows:
1) The user inserts the bottle, almost horizontally, and applies pressure;
2) The cap loosens slightly, causing beer to fizz out;
3) The opener falls off the fridge because the magnet isn't strong enough;
4) The user wanders off to find a different bottle opener and a cloth for the floor."

I think it must be down to the fridge it's sticking to. The magnet is very strong and I've never had any bother with mine. The only time I've had a bit of spray or spillage is when I haven't had a chance to chill the beer properly and it's still a bit warm.
Great Amazon review....NOT!

"This just doesn't work. The sequence of events is as follows:

1) The user inserts the bottle, almost horizontally, and applies pressure;
2) The cap loosens slightly, causing beer to fizz out;
3) The opener falls off the fridge because the magnet isn't strong enough;
4) The user wanders off to find a different bottle opener and a cloth for the floor."
Plain one is £2 cheaper on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SUCK-Bottle-Opener-Fridge-Magnet/dp/B0000BF2HH

Had one for years, great bit of kit
Good find like different x
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free baby on board badge worn by kate middleton from TFL

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grap your free baby on board badge from tfl Read More
grap your free baby on board badge from tfl
thomas25 Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago6 Comments
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sreenireddy
why do you need a badge to tell people your pregnant? surely they have eyes to see that any way
it may not be obvious if they are only a few weeks pregnant
why do you need a badge to tell people your pregnant? surely they have eyes to see that any way
Worn way before the inbred member of the Royal Family were wearing them
thanks
sorry was on the android app
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TFL - use contactless payment card for capped fares. Adult daily off-peak fares from £4.40

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This is going to be a long one so read carefully, basically using contactless payments on London transport and benefit from capped daily and weekly fares. What is capping? Capping is a feature of Read More
This is going to be a long one so read carefully, basically using contactless payments on London transport and benefit from capped daily and weekly fares. What is capping? Capping is a feature of
Suzannzan Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago89 Comments
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Don't forget there is 1% cashback on contactless payments, making the deal even better.
hann1kins
hann1kins
This sounds like a good deal, tomorrow I have to go from Watford junction and back, so around £13 for both journeys, if I've read the info right I think the daily cap is around £16... So if I decide to tube hop during the rest of the day I'm basically paying £3 because then it's capped... Is that right?
well it worked out better than I thought, I tube hoped around london in the morning and did a return journey to watford junction on london midland all for less than a £10, a bargain!

Hooray a success! I gotta say I know I posted it but it does get complicated in places lol! :|
hann1kins
This sounds like a good deal, tomorrow I have to go from Watford junction and back, so around £13 for both journeys, if I've read the info right I think the daily cap is around £16... So if I decide to tube hop during the rest of the day I'm basically paying £3 because then it's capped... Is that right?

well it worked out better than I thought, I tube hoped around london in the morning and did a return journey to watford junction on london midland all for less than a £10, a bargain!
This reminded me of: THIS
This sounds like a good deal, tomorrow I have to go from Watford junction and back, so around £13 for both journeys, if I've read the info right I think the daily cap is around £16... So if I decide to tube hop during the rest of the day I'm basically paying £3 because then it's capped... Is that right?
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Last chance to catch Year of the Bus sculptures at family fun weekend at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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EVENT: YEAR OF THE BUS FAMILY FUN WEEKEND DATE: SATURDAY 24 / SUNDAY 25 JANUARY 2015 TIME: 10:00 - 16:00 ON BOTH DAYS LOCATION: QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK, STRATFORD - BETWEEN THE LONDON AQUATICS… Read More
EVENT: YEAR OF THE BUS FAMILY FUN WEEKEND DATE: SATURDAY 24 / SUNDAY 25 JANUARY 2015 TIME: 10:00 - 16:00 ON BOTH DAYS LOCATION: QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK, STRATFORD - BETWEEN THE LONDON AQUATICS…
tony93 Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago2 Comments
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i'm glad you enjoyed it plenty of buses there
Brilliant couple of hours