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Those of you that know or live in London, how much would it cost to get from Euston to Heathrow and how long is the journey. Also how regular are the trains? Thanks Read More
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Those of you that know or live in London, how much would it cost to get from Euston to Heathrow and how long is the journey. Also how regular are the trains?

Thanks
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
It'll take just under an hour or so and you have to change trains

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/default.aspx
#2
£4.50pp, trains every 2-3 or so minutes (check the front of the train, different trains go to different terminals)
#3
DDTTAA
£4.50pp, trains every 2-3 or so minutes (check the front of the train, different trains go to different terminals)


Are you sure?? I was in London last week and it cost me and the missus £4 each to go one stop in Zone 1...
#4
mosskeeto
Are you sure?? I was in London last week and it cost me and the missus £4 each to go one stop in Zone 1...


how did you pay £4 for 1 stop?

yes he is right
#5
casparwhite
how did you pay £4 for 1 stop?

yes he is right


Ok... I just dont understand... we went from Southwark to Waterloo and I bought tickets at the window and he charged me £8 and it was after 10am...
#6
casparwhite
how did you pay £4 for 1 stop?



Because that's the price for travelling through zone 1.
1 stop or 5, makes no difference.
#7
mosskeeto
Ok... I just dont understand... we went from Southwark to Waterloo and I bought tickets at the window and he charged me £8 and it was after 10am...


so you bought a daily travel card then, not just paying for 1 stop


Babbabooey
Because that's the price for travelling through zone 1.
1 stop or 5, makes no difference.


that wasnt what i asked and i didnt ask you either:thumbsup:
#8
casparwhite
so you bought a daily travel card then, not just paying for 1 stop




that wasnt what i asked and i didnt ask you either:thumbsup:


Yes it was, and do you think I care? :thumbsup:
#9
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tickets/14416.aspx

if you use the journey planner, it also tells you the price.
#10
Babbabooey
Yes it was, and do you think I care? :thumbsup:


no it wasnt what i asked........... and you seem to care enough to be posting these replies:roll:
#11
casparwhite
no it wasnt what i asked........... and you seem to care enough to be posting these replies:roll:


That's not what I said :roll:
#12
Babbabooey
That's not what I said :roll:

Confused now - who said what, to who, & why?:thinking:
#13
yea, im not quite sure what going on.

Waterloo to southwark? thats ~ a 200m walk, the person at the ticket stand should have told you that, robbing ****!

the price is £4.50 because Heathrow is in zone 5 making it more expensive from zone 1.

take the tube rather than the heathrow express, its not worth the extra £16.50 each way to save 10 mins (and actually you'll lose more than 10 mins changing at paddington and waiting for your train)

OPs journey is simple, but a general word of warning, sometimes the tfl journey planner seems to be ran by a lobotomised monkey and will send you miles out of your way
#14
Just buy an oyster card. Only cost £1.80 each then.
#15
I'd say Oyster is probably going to be cheaper, but look on the TFL website for exact prices. Also if you have a rail card then you can use that too for a cheaper fare - well I know you can on Oyster....

Option 1:
Get the tube from Euston to Paddington which is Hammersmith & City Line/Circle Line and then get a Heathrow Connect train from Paddington to Heathrow.
Option 2:
You could walk to St Pancras and then just get the Piccadilly line direct to Heathrow too. This would be a Zone 1-6 journey which being a single would be £4.50cash or £4.20 Oyster. This way would take 1hr14mins though
#16
£3 each for an oyster card if you dont already have one

with an oyster it would be £2.40 off peak or £4.20 peak - Monday to Friday from 0630 to 0930 and from 1600 to 1900 so it depends what time you're travelling and if you're making a return journey and at what time that return journey would be.

if you will be travelling off peak on both journeys then it will be slightly cheaper to buy an oyster. (£3 for the card + 2 x £2.40 = £7.80 vs £9 cash fare)

if you will be travelling at peak on either journey it will work out more expensive to buy an oyster.

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