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Explore London from £1.50 - TFL single off peak fare zone 2 to 6
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
TfL’s (Transport for London) off-peak fares mean your half-term travel costs next to nothing. Off-peak applies on weekdays between 9.30am and 4pm, plus all day at weekends and on b… Read more
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Yes, but there aren't any pink card reader in zone 1. If you go onto the single fare finder and put in two stations, it will tell you the price of the journey, then the price avoiding zone 1 and tell you where to touch the card reader . I can travel from Heathrow to Upminster, 60 miles by road, for £1.50 but it tells me to change at Gunnersbury and Stratrofd and touch the pink card readers there. I could, if I wanted, travel right through zone 1 as long as I touch those card readers along the way. But it would make the journey longer overall so what's the point in doing that?


So can you simply just go through zone 1 and touch the pink Oyster?


You have to touch pink card readers to say you haven't.


How do they know if you had gone through zone 1? What if I got to zone 2 without entering zone 1


£1.50 Single fare applies to Zone 2 to 6 within TFL Services. National Rail station fares might vary. Please use the link below to calculate fares:

Heathrow connect is now TFL Rail. Save on your journey between Paddington to Heathrow
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Use your Oyster card, London Zone1to6 Travel Card, Contactless payment cards and Save on your journey between Paddington and Heathrow in London!! The heathrow connect service betw… Read more
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I doubt you are allowed to your Heathrow Express ticket on TFL Rail. Please check with TFL customer contact centre on 0343 222 1234


Yes.. You would anyway need to have a zone 1 to 9 TC to get to Amersham from Heathrow. Now your z1to9 TC will cover your journey on TFL rail (earlier Heathtow connect) between Heathrow T4 and paddington. As earlier you would need to purchase a separate ticket on Heathrow connect.


Will this make it any cheaper to get to Amersham?


I have a Heathrow Express ticket (Advance Purchase), and was wondering if I can use it on a TFL Rail train instead? Reason why I want to do this is because I want to travel from Ealing Broadway to Heathrow now, whereas I had originally planned to travel from Paddington to Heathrow.


Hmm I take it you read the daily fail. Actually the additional cost for tfl rail to Heathrow is due to Heathrow charging for use of their tunnels and privately owned infrastructure. But feel free to spout nonsense about overpaid drivers (y)

TFL free cycle maps
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Order free cycle guides from TFL maximum of 6 Only for us southern softies though (London Area) Each guide includes... Signed cycle routes Quieter and less busy routes Green… Read more
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Thanks OP, got mine in post today and many friends are interested too!


They have all these creative accountanats now working for these corporate entities, My guess is they pay less less tax to the government in a form of promoting a healthy lifestyle and less pollution by using a push bike. And No i'm not a accountant or work for TFL either....... Just my opinion


Sod cycling around London, with all those junk food adverts around you are taking your own life in your hands.


I guess you're in one of them ;)


I don't understand why TfL do this. They must spend quite a lot of money on design let alone the actual printing and distribution costs. I've come across a great deal of excellent TfL leaflets over the last few years and to think there isn't an online repository somewhere is fairly disheartening. These are something I'd like to look at but I'm not ordering any, seems like a massive waste of TfL funds to package and ship to me.

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London Transport Museum Covent Garden Free Children’s Entry (no limit within reason) with a paying adult (£16 if you book online) Children Aged 0-16
Found 12th FebFound 12th Feb
Free Children’s Entry (no limit within reason) with a paying adult (£16 if you book online) Children Aged 0-16 Ideal for Easter
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You can take as many children as you want i beleive. I've taken my twins and a few friends on a couple of occasions by myself with absolutely no problem. And as Gouyave_man said there is no limit to the amount of times you can go in a year. Great place for younger kids. Enjoy


Just a heads up.......Your entry fee allows you to visit as many times in one year


How many kids can one paying adult take? I'm looking for me and my three

London Improved Bus Hopper Fare (now UNLIMITED for £1.50 per hour)
LocalLocalFound 31st JanFound 31st Jan
Launched today, the improved Hopper fare now allows you to make unlimited pay as you go bus and tram journeys within one hour of first touching in, all for £1.50. Make a journey … Read more

Mayor Sadiq khan is taking good steps . Thanks OP


works for me


I want to make max use of this,spending only £1.50 on bus. (y) I knew with the old hopper fare,the longest distance you could travel was by taking the X26 bus (Heathrow to West Croydon) plus another connecting bus (which I think was to Central London). Has any savvy HotUKDealers managed to work out wok the longest distance you can travel with unlimited £1.50 hopper fare? :/


Trains and Trams are two different modes of transport. This is only applies to Buses & Trams


At long last. We'll done mayor

Claim Service Delay Refunds on TFL Tube/Rail, DLR & Emirates Air Line cable cars if more than 15 mins late (30 mins for Overground) @ TFL
Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
If your journey on the TFL Tube or DLR or Emirates AirLine has been delayed by more than 15 minutes or the one on the overground has been delayed by more than 30 minutes you are en… Read more
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Yes thank you for that but my thinking is that e.g. you arrive at your start point at say 08.00 and you get non a train that is say 20 minutes late and you get to your journeys end at 08.41 on a journey that should get you there in 30 minutes do you still get the compensation because the train you arrived on is 31 minutes late, taking into account that if there was no delays at all you would have caught a later train and not been eligible. You caught an already delayed train, instead of your correct ontime train that will arrive later.


Interesting question you pose there?, hmmmmmmmmmmmm. And though I agree with your sentiments on principal alone, I can't comment the same in it's entirety?. I'm not sure which ends of the UK you hail from (London, outside London, outside England altogether - effort. Scotland, Ireland, Wales, etc?), but ... But here in London, those Overhead/Overground Train's are in a never ending stasis of constant Rail Engineering Work's, and/or a random breakdown of same at some point in time regardless? (the Underground/Tube, and/or DLR suffer random one's of the same too, but you specified specifically Overground/Overhead Trains, etc). Though such things like the Engineering Work's tend to more often then not be relegated to that of the Weekend (though NOT always always?), the random breakdowns however are often not?. And, as/when such things arise, when any such/all such quick/effective, and/or immediate remedy of such 'issues' spills over for much longer than liked/accounted for, etc?, then BAM!. Then penalties galore basically?. Penalties galore slapped on by the Government for failing on their duties to their customers, and the transport system too, etc ... (I'm assuming the transport systems actual legal liabilities in the regard to both State and customer is a wee bit more intricate than that? - but that's more-or-less the gist anyway?). And then they in turn have to then compensate the customer this forth too ... Bare in this time 20+ year's back, the train's (Overground or otherwise?), was still with us? - but this compensation system was not - despite train's having their 'ills' even then?. Kinda gives one an idea as to what's occurred of late (eg. Government enforced the compensation scheme, the transport system naturally didn't want it, lol).


How do you get a delay on the underground, they arrive and leave every couple of minutes, any slowing down is normally passenger related, e.g. not letting the doors close. Why should tfl be penalised for that if that happens.


ONLY if you choose to pull them up on it that is? (eg. you CHOOSE to cash it in basically?). As otherwise, you don't get! (as none of it is automatic ... )


I believe it's because surface trains/overground trains etc, take an initial AGE to come? (as compared to that of underground trains, and/or DLR trains, etc?). In the Morning train's are arguably more like 1 every other minute?. Overground trains are more-or-less more in line with 1 every 10-15 minutes+ or so?. So the game is different in that respect I guess?. Plus, in-line with alllllll the constant privatised nature of the whole transport services, those British rail train's have a whole different category of train 'operator' (+ huge fee's to match?!), to that of the normal tube trains and the like anyway?. There you go. :-)

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London TFL - Please offer me a seat badge
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
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 offer me a sea… Read more

I offer seat to pregnant women, elderly(if they look frail) and children on tube. If I am sitting on the blue sticker seat I actively check if somebody needs it more than me, and try to make eye contact/gesture them to take my seat, because a lot of people feel shy about asking. Never offered my seat to women because I consider them my equal, not less capable. I know many of them wear high heels which is painful, but its their lifestyle choice.(if not, its a battle they should fight, I cant help to perpetuate that)


Which part of that link do you take to be evidence of Cornwall 'subsidising' other regions? Presumably: "Did you know the London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea delivers the same range of services as Cornwall but has 48% more funding, per resident, to do this with?" ? Noting that they don't bother to link a source to that statement, could you share any more links you have to the detail of what this campaign 'Stand up for Cornwall' / 'Fair' funding actually means /wants to happen? I tried but I could get detail beyond some slogans.. These (sadly dated) docs may shed some light on the situation: (the selective choice of Kensington and Chelsea v Cornwall to represent 'unfairness' to the casual public (when in fact a lot of other places it is even more 'unfair'). Regardless difference in funding doesn't indicate 'subsidisation'. For a council to be 'subsidising' another, this would depend on the council tax and general tax revenues received by residents of each area. I do agree there is a case for poorer areas getting more fundings than 'richer' areas (although its rarely that simple) but that is subsidisation and it certainly takes place already (from London to everywhere else inc. Cornwall). Not sure if you are also disagreeing with my comment re the EU. But that's pretty clear subsidy:




'HAHA' Cornwall subside nothing. In fact London (and the rest of country (and EU!)) subsidise Cornwall.


Oddly enough, when i was a kid, it was expected that you gave up your seat for an adult. Guess what, i never fell over. If a child is too young to be steady on it's feet, it can always sit on the accompanying adult's lap.

London, No Congestion Charge(usually £11.50 a day !!) - 25th Dec 2017 till 2nd Jan 2018
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Some days where it doesn't cost you more (beyond the drive time and traffic potentially) :) to drive into the heart of London. There is no congestion charge between Christmas Day… Read more
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Glad that helped (highfive)


​Thx. Silly me, since it started I thought the T charge was applicable 24hrs including weekends. So stopped going to London So if any of you Londoners feel the air has worsened on Xmas day... Blame our car


Follows the same rule as the Congestion Charge - here is the information from a newspaper article, hope it helps.


How about the T Charge? Also not charged? I tried to find out. We have an old car :(


Point taken, not my friend :) Peace out man - have a merry Xmas.

New Year's Eve FREE Travel on ALL TFL LONDON TRANSPORT 23:45 - 04:30 just hop on
Found 18th Dec 2017Found 18th Dec 2017
Free travel will be available from 23:45 on 31 December 2017 to 04:30 on 1 January 2018 on London buses, Tube, Tram, DLR and London Overground. Happens every year - more like a r… Read more
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Came straight from the TFL website, so if at all, you should complain to the TFL :) Happy new year either ways - have a safe one.


Only underground and buses this shit was misleading


Arriva have never done this here, sadly. As a thanks to all their customers here they are withdrawing some very popular, reasonably priced tickets and replacing them with more expensive ticket.


Totally - never said otherwise :) Happy new year to you.


Its always been free every year

TFL Oyster app for Android and IOS
Found 3rd Nov 2017Found 3rd Nov 2017
Features of the appOnce you've signed in to the app, you'll be able to: Top up your pay as you go credit Buy adult rate 7 Day, Monthly and Annual Travelcards Check your pay as… Read more
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how will this work if you have android pay active in the same phone? how would system know not to take money from android pay? just wordering...


It is a free deal . It is very useful if you lived in London.


How much does this usually cost to make it a deal? Or is it just a conversation about an app?


So as I said, old card was £3


Deposit for the oyster card has been £5 for years. It was £3 a very long time ago after it stopped being free.

Free London travel with Oyster card on 14/15 and 21/22 Oct [Account Specific / Check E-mails]
Found 11th Oct 2017Found 11th Oct 2017
[Account Specific / Check E-mails] Got an email from TFL today saying that they like me to consider travelling more on Saturdays and Sundays. Any pay as you go journeys over… Read more

Just spoke to Customer Care and they say its a new targeted trial and they are facing a bit of an issue with the automated refunds - but this will happen - for me to just be patient and not worry about making more journeys this weekend too - hmm - I hope she knew what she was talking about and I wouldn't end up having made journeys thinking they are going to be free when they never were !


anyone get the refund ? I got nothing and now having to fight it with customer care :(


...if you can find any still open :|


Didn’t work for me no refund back on my Oyster card


I got this email too

Check for vehicle, part or accessory recalls - free check that could save your life
Found 22nd Sep 2017Found 22nd Sep 2017
You can use this service to find out if a safety fault has caused a manufacturer to recall: cars motorcycles, quadricycles and tricycles caravans and horse boxes child car se… Read more
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My 2016 Fiat 500X has had 3 recalls since new; none of which is listed on this link. :/


Useful link thanks!


Doesnt even list my car model :D


Says the member with zero deals posted.


Jaguar and Land Rover Owners can also use TOPIx to look up recall information. (Same style system as Ford Etis)

London Transport - "Please Offer Me A Seat" badge
Found 28th Apr 2017Found 28th Apr 2017
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… Read more
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Also available from local bus company in Brighton and Crawley


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.


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. :-)


Great point, totally agreed. I think HUKD need to be monitoring fascistic hate speed on their site, unless they share those ridiculous opinions.

Victoria Coach Station celebrates its heritage with 85th Anniversary Festival
Found 10th Mar 2017Found 10th Mar 2017
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 … Read more

...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.

No Congestion Charge - 26th Dec till 2nd Jan
LocalLocalFound 21st Dec 2016Found 21st Dec 2016
Finally a few days we aren't fleeced for driving to London

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). City of London? More like ~1st century AD :) And yes, it wasn't built in cars in mind :D


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


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....

Free travel in London for War veterans
Found 20th Dec 2016Found 20th Dec 2016
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 c… Read more
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Very well said.


A bit naive. If someone attacked you,I'm afraid you have to defend yourself.


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!!


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.

New Year's Eve FREE Travel on ALL tfl LONDON TRANSPORT 23:45 - 04:30 just walk on
Found 19th Dec 2016Found 19th Dec 2016
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 ye… Read more


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?. :-)


haha pretty much all of that. plus overpriced everything


You didn't come back and answer my previous post so will tell you. Nobody as well as 2014 and 2015.


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.

Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
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… Read more

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 :(


It It'll have melted by now then, so you'll have to settle for standing in a puddle. :)




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

Free second journey on london bus - From £1.50
Found 12th Sep 2016Found 12th Sep 2016
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 c… Read more

what's the furthest you can go, do you reckon


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.


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

Around £220 Million lying around on Oyster cards - Claim your money back!
LocalLocalFound 23rd Aug 2016Found 23rd Aug 2016
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 val… Read more
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Is there anywhere outside of London to check a card balance?


Excellent. See if this works


Could you expand a bit on your post I can't quite work that out?



Why even bother with an Oyster, just use a wave credit/debit card unless you are a weekly/monthly/yearly ticket holder?