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Hidden London : Down Street - Churchills Secret Station Sold out tickets now available Adult £85.00, Concession £80.00
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Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Just saw tickets pop up for this Sunday tour of the hidden london : down street - Churchill’s secret station tour. This event sold out for entire may and no weekends available in … Read more
unkypoo

I think this one includes free ticket to the transport museum as well as 10% discount. Others only have half price ticket and 10% off.

Poppydog

Wow - family with two teenagers £330 for 90 minutes......slightly less than the 7 nights self-catering in Corfu for 4, a little further down

cdm22

Any reason why this one is over double the price of all the other ones they do?

pitbullmern

that is seriously overpriced lol

Bruceb7

It's a great tour, very informative worth the money as are all these hidden London tours.. Best one so far Clapham deep level

The Ultra Low Emission Zone is here - click on the link to use online vehicle checker.
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Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
The Ultra Low Emission Zone is here - The Central London Ultra Low Emission Zone is now in operation to help tackle London’s toxic air. Owners of vehicles that don’t meet the new … Read more
anton1234

Pay as much as you like and you can pollute as much as you like, it doesn't stop pollution just makes free money.

The3dge

Thanks for your enlightenment (y)

The3dge

Lol

Blahblahblahlol

Jeremy Clarkson should be in charge of transport burning rubber lol...

xenophon

With respect why don't you move on, you posted the "deal", so why hang around replying to everyone and arguing with people. Go, your job is done. (y)

FREE Easter Gift from TFL Rail - Mini Eggs & Costa Gift Card
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Found 8th AprFound 8th AprLocalLocal
Handed out at Liverpool Street station this morning
lasuil

Very nice, how much was on the Costa card?

DealJourno

Not sure it's just them. It feels like a UK trend.

meinnit

(shock) explains why TFL are struggling with their finances!

Natalia_Freeman

Is this still going on?

Mechtup

And I didn’t say it wasn’t. I was just pointing out we shouldn’t complain about what they give out if they give out something.

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New London ULEZ charge - check your vehicle
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Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Check your vehicle by entering your number plate for free at the transport for London website. Don't get caught out by an unexpected charge. The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) r… Read more
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crazylegs

How many more Taxes will people keep paying blindly! The poll tax never got off the ground twice, If you don't pay this rubbish it won't ever get off the ground and they will have to scrap it, but no the blind British public sheep will pay it!!!

SmashingK

It's stupid that a car like this https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201807068176389 is exempt.

Satan_Claws

Not that I have any intention of driving into London but my LPG car apparently will cost £12.50 in the ULEZ area but free in the LEZ area. Is that the same for petrol only cars?

Si__

Other cities are introducing their own charges for congestion/emissions under 'clean air' schemes. Manchester for example is looking to charge £7.50 in the city centre and surrounding towns. Stoke-On-Trent is set to introduce a £8 minimum fee for the central dual carriage way connecting it's 6 towns... the same road that gets used when they divert traffic from the M6 when there is an accident. There are a few other cities that are set to introduce their own, and it makes you wonder what the true cost would be to travel the country at some point in the future. Probably cheaper just to get on a plane.

Si__

Certainly seems a little off. My old Kia sportage 2.0ltr, that's £240 tax a year is showing as free, as is my other car. Two of my old cars are showing as they would have been free too, one being an '97 Astra not even fuel injected.

Millions of pounds laying around on your Oyster Cards  - Claim your money back!
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Refreshed 24th MarRefreshed 24th Mar
I posted this quite a while back and really helped a lot of you so thought it was worth re-sharing as a couple of things have also changed in the way refunds are given. A lot of … Read more
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adam659

Would this refund offer work on Student photo card too (although the cards has expired)? I have my sister's photocard laying around :)

smothy

Thanks, claimed back over £12.. not bad

bozo007

None, to my knowledge. Stick with the same contactless card and you get the same daily and weekly fare caps like Oyster.

saif1a

Technology and complexity never make life easier. Usually customer pays for the failures in tfl investment. Today barriers are often left open due to shortage of staff. With mechanical system they either had the machines fixed or guards at barriers. In the oyster or credit based system is a story of economy getting messed up by corrupt leaders, money disappears out of circulation, more computers replace people, more money disappears. Citizens left to absorb costs. You pay for forgetting, you pay for reclaiming in the time taken.

pan_thera

Thank you. Just applied for a bacs refund online.

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Pay £20 and get Unlimited Travel on Transport Services with Oyster Photocard for Over 60s - London Borough Residents
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Refreshed 17th MarRefreshed 17th Mar
If you're 60 or over and live in a London borough, you can get free travel on our transport services with an Oyster photocard. Free travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overgrou… Read more
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ssc1

Is this a new thing to pay £20 used to be free automatically.

Quinoa

Thin it down mods

alex1972

The water is so salty in this thread! Mentioning the Daily Mail and now moaning about going to work. This thread delivers.

bhunterno1

You couldn't pay me enough to be part of the London commuter rat race. Zero jealousy from me. I pity the fool!

aajax42

somehow it was obvious you were a daily mail reader. And your point has no bearing on the unfairness of the current system upon individual average tax payers in other less privileged areas of the country. I doubt you are one of the super rich who you support and it is clear you have no regard for the people who live outside of your bubble. It would be interesting to see what proportion of the country's taxes are swallowed up by the greater London area and the South East compared to what is paid in.

Free 'Please Offer Me a Seat' Badge and Card for TFL
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Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Free 'Please Offer Me a Seat' Badge and Card for TFL
If you struggle to stand while using public transport, there is a free badge and card available to help you alert fellow customers that you need a seat. Learn more and apply for yo… Read more
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drtongue

Lol yes (lol) (lol)

chimpee

do u ever get mistaken for a speech therapist?

KingAwKings

How about read English?

drtongue

A gentleman with the name of David Robert Tongue, your point being?

billysablo

username computes with being a gentleman

Free - 24 Hours Unlimited Santander Cycle Hire
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Refreshed 27th Dec 2018Refreshed 27th Dec 2018
Santander Cycles is a great way to get around London this festive period – even on Christmas Day. To get into the festive spirit, we’re offering you 24 hours of unlimited trips u… Read more
buzzard

What do paramedics call a London cyclist? Organ donor.

jtle

Same here.

ncd

Ummm. No. There is other bike hire schemes in other cities across the country.

OutwithCameron1

So Londoners get something else that the rest of us don't, good for them

alieus_uk25

Weird.

Disabled customers Transport for London. Please offer me a seat
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Found 17th Dec 2018Found 17th Dec 2018
Disabled customers Transport for London. Please offer me a seat
Badge and card application, apply online to let people know if you need a seat. Many of our customers, particularly disabled people and those with invisible impairments, condition… Read more
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angie55

I have been on trains and tube with a surgical boot on my foot,no offers ne their seat.

sox5

We have signs on our buses for elderly disabled and people with buggy’s we can sit on the seats until any of above comes on and If people didn’t move the drivers ask people to mov

biffab

I have one of these for my autistic son. Great in principle, but no body takes any notice. I have a lanyard with a badge on it that says 'i have autism, please be patient with me'. Used in conjunction works well.

bjkmummy

Great idea. My daughter has an invisible disability and although wouldn't as such expect someone to give their seat up for her but if she did get a seat it would mean people would understand why she kept her head down and wasn't being rude by not giving her seat up for someone else

EstorilBlue

Whilst its easy to judge and see things from the perspective of those looking for a seat, dont forget some people may not stand and offer a seat because they already need it for reasons known to them. Disabled/elderly/infirm/pregnant etc people can already occupy the seats too! ;) Agreed that people could do more to help others in need though, if they are able to!

Unlimited bus and tram journeys in one hour for the price of one @TFL London
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Found 15th Dec 2018Found 15th Dec 2018LocalLocal
Unlimited bus and tram journeys in one hour for the price of one @TFL London
Unlimited bus and tram journeys in one hour for the price of one. This was activated in the start of 2018, so it is been an year now. But this will help someone who are still not … Read more
only1shaks

This is correct. It does not include the underground.

Cypher_thegreat

No the hopper fare lets to get unlimited rides within an hour from the first tap which is awesome :) prob the best polacy a mayor has brought in in years

MRR_ltd

Unlimited? Handy to know, thought it was only 2 buses for the fare of one.

Amzee1

I didn’t know it was 70 minutes. Sometimes when I pass the 60minute mark I give up on using the bus and use the tube instead. So thanks for the heads up!

simes

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned its any number of journeys started within 70 mins - not 60. As long as you touch the card on the reader for your last journey within 70 mins of touching the reader on the first journey the fare is £1.50. The last journey could take an hour or more - but as long as you started it within the 70 minute time the fare is still £1.50 There is a youtube video showing you can get from central London to Heathrow for £1.50 taking 3 busses. Remember this is busses and trams only. Tube and overground trains not included.

Free Travel on TFL London Transport New Year's Eve/Day 23:45 - 04:30  @ TFL
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Refreshed 31st Dec 2018Refreshed 31st Dec 2018
Free Travel on TFL London Transport New Year's Eve/Day 23:45 - 04:30 @ TFL
Just a heads up / reminder that there will be free travel on TFL public transport from 23:45 on New Year's Eve until 04:30 on New Year's Day. Appreciate this may not be new for som… Read more
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soldierboy001

Dam it missed the bus again, never mind I'll try again next year.

chimpee

you are correct, what the OP likely meant was people blaring music loud, and people talking on mobiles chatting information that you dont need to know, or shouting into phones. I cannot believe just belt out football scores (not even of their own teams, you can after all forgive team supporters celebrating but why belt out the scores of everyone elses teams) all the way down the corridor to those waiting to get back home and watch it. Utter stupidity. And dont get me started on blaring music down the aisles.

skeeter909

Nice one - i did NOT know that so heat. Given UBER's are OTT surge rates and hard to even find one tonight, will probably chance my arm on a few stops on the glorious northern line to get home. I believe the fellow travellers on board will be providing a selection of fine entertainment and i should survive the journey as long as i dont slip in someone's traditional festive new years tube vomit or pee. Wish me luck lads!

amour3k

Hehehehehehehe.. I believe you mean New Year's Eve to New Year's Day?, lol. ;-)

crazylegs

Wow lets all hit the underground on New years day for a treat (lol) (highfive)

Go and discover this winter - travel in Zones 2-6 for £1.50 with TFL
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Found 21st Nov 2018Found 21st Nov 2018
Go and discover this winter - travel in Zones 2-6 for £1.50 with TFL
Help line the pockets of TFL this Christmas. Please give generously... Circle line: sightseeing From Buckingham Palace to Spiritland, there’s no shortage of sights on… Read more
TopTrump

Come on! It's a deal, it's a steal, it's sale of the Century. Sadiq charging us only £1.50 in zones 2 to 6. This is London we're talking about. It costs you £1 to pee at Liverpool St. station. With this capped fare, you'll save $million$

Railcards can be "set" to Oyster cards, save 34% on tube, DLR, and train travel in London over contactless
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Found 16th Nov 2018Found 16th Nov 2018
Railcards can be "set" to Oyster cards, save 34% on tube, DLR, and train travel in London over contactless
Thought i would point this out, as many people especially those not resident in London, may not be aware that their railcard (any kind except Two Together) can be "set" or electron… Read more
slydoll

Oh wow I had no idea!! Thank you for sharing! :)

iby2012

no should be the same price. but your oyster might be different so mine is a 18+ student so i get 30% off off-peak travel which would be useful if i didn't always have a 9 or 10 am start...

nkelly1994

So is an oyster card generally cheaper than using contactless as you go in and out? Whether you have a railcard or not?

jcsymons

If you have a Annual Season Ticket just for Mainline trains you can add this to your Oyster card and receive an off peak travel discount.

thespiderpig

Doesnt look like it, from page : The discount cannot be set on an Oyster card. This is under the Friends and Family section & also Network Railcard, however Senior card can.

Oyster Card Refund £3-£5 plus existing credit
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Found 15th Nov 2018Found 15th Nov 2018
Oyster Card Refund £3-£5 plus existing credit
I was reading an article on MSE about Oyster card refunds so thought I would check mine. I use contactless now so don’t need my Oyster card. Turns out I had £20 credit on there plu… Read more
nablor

Thanks for this £15 better off in my bank account than theirs will just use my revolut card from now on for my annual xmas shopping trip to the smoke.

EmCares

In their defence logged on easily after mine being dead for nearly 4 years, had forgotten password and email but it was easy enough sorted and money paid back within a few days. Thanks OP worked for me!

chimpee

t"top up online" good luck with that, you could be waiting till monday until you see your tenner topup....great for the weekend before that! But they dont tell you it will be delayed topup UNTIL you've paid. TFL is easily the worst system I have ever used anywhere, and sadly a lot of it is down to Oyster "its not our fault, call Oyster, we dont do our own transport system RUBBISH"

SmartX

Clearly states it won't let create account unless travelled in the past 8 weeks & provided security question and answer... Catch 22 with creating account or topping up online! (mad)

shirlsky

Got an email from TFL that my refund has now been processed I wonder how many refund requests they had?

TFL Bus Pass V Travelcard value for money heads up.
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Found 28th Oct 2018Found 28th Oct 2018
TFL Bus Pass V Travelcard value for money heads up.
TFL Bus Tube travel is ticketed on a Zone system Zone 1 is the city working outwards fir our purposes to Zone 6. (All prices correct at time of post) A TFL bus pass (none discount… Read more
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LFishpond

One day Travel cards now start at 1-6

djbenny

Further to this, if you do have a railcard you can add the discount on to your Oyster card, you have to do it at a national rail station but it can get you discounts on a variation of different travel options https://tfl.gov.uk/fares-and-payments/adult-discounts-and-concessions/railcards#on-this-page-2

muhammadilyas

Also, off peak day travel card purchased after 9 am is valid on evening peak.

manbearpig

Thanks for explaining how the zones work, didn’t understand this

terrestris

Also worth noting for those who don't know that any travelcard covering either Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5 or Zone 6 (or combinations) is also valid on any part of the Tram network around Croydon

Free Santander Cycles for 24 Hour until issue resolved
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Found 7th Sep 2018Found 7th Sep 2018
Free Santander Cycles for 24 Hour until issue resolved
Just received an email where it says there is an issue in their app and therefore using the code HIRENOW18 on any terminal will give them free 24 HR cycle. Do remember you have to … Read more
jcrider

Psst OP, just to clarify, my previous comment was in relation to the comments before that asking/discussing/explaining about the ‘Dear Sir Madam’.... it is very easily googled. I wasn’t referring to your deal here :) which rightly deserves heat

MR1123

If you’re an early bird 6:30am like me, do not get it. You will struggle to find space as they are all full in the morning and it takes you to the next bike station and if that’s full cycle continues lol I managed to find one on the 3rd go but it was so far I ended up getting work 25mins late. Riding time to work is 20mins, I could have walked there faster lol I complained and didn’t even get a response. Bought a bike of my own now

bobbyman1

This, I will call it 'Boris bike' idea is great until you see them being used for things like the naked bike ride in Brighton for instance. Then it's a whole different ball game (sorry about the pun)

termite

I'm surprised you'd type such a pointless comment.

jcrider

I'm surprised there are so many comments about something that is very easily googled.

Free travel (after £10 admin fee) on National Rail for kids (5-10) in London
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Free travel (after £10 admin fee) on National Rail for kids (5-10) in London
So this may be well publicised in London and not a new deal, but occasional visitors like me might not be aware that if you purchase an Oyster Zip card for your kids you can get fr… Read more
oskar_rejent

With the highest earnings...

random_dude

Cold, more chavs on buses

majellag

London council tax payers fund this with additional payment to GLR (London Mayor) who then fund this service via TFL, including free bus travel for under 18s, so they use bus rather than get driven to school, thus helping to reduce traffic congestion. My bill has extra £359.61 charge to cover my contribution. So Londoners are not getting a freebie

doll2808

I said overground not underground. There is overground from Norwood junction which I live round the corner from. I don’t need a card thanks. We travel on overground, tube, bus, tram & car. I commented because you was wrong.

seaniboy

Or the politicians!

Free London Train Badge
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Found 17th Jul 2018Found 17th Jul 2018
Free London Train Badge
Grab your FREE badge to let other passengers on public transport know that you would like to be offered a seat. Just fill in the short online form with your name, postal details an… Read more
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amour3k

Why is this expired?, lol.

Sid.Harper

glad someone got the joke :D

MrBeansDrivingInstructor

Hey get one for each cheek

MrBeansDrivingInstructor

And thtz onlee th inglsh

mdekq007

My fat ass could do with one of these

London Transport Museum £10 Annual Pass (Save up to 42%)
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Found 13th Jul 2018Found 13th Jul 2018
£10.00 annual ticket this weekend only - save up to 42% compared to the standard adult price Visit the Museum for the ultimate World Cup extravaganza. We will be giving away a lim… Read more
scrumhalf

Saw this elsewhere and bought a pass today. I've not been to the LT Museum since it was in Gunnersbury. I would imagine that almost all of today's buses and trains hadn't even been designed that far back.

Jellybeans

They got a new little machine which they need to abide by. Which tells them to stand at a bus stop for a few minutes if they're too close to the next bus. This as opposed to the past when controllers told them to slow down. There are now more buses, stops and routes than there have ever been. There is now more traffic on Londons roads then there has ever been. There are now more cyclist lanes then there ever been. a There are more events and demonstrations in London than there has ever been. There are more road works, gas works causing major disruption to Londons roads than there has ever been. I loved the old routemasters. You can still ride the no.15 from trafalgar sq. To Tower Bridge. But u can see. They had their flaws too. But imo TFL is still one of the best in the world. Its aging but has been through a lot of modernisation.

hullu

Empirical research mate, I've lost count of the times I just get off and walk. The old buses with the open platform and conductors were amazing, their drivers were trained at the Chiswick training school on a the skid pan and were the best in the world , they were even disciplined for not making reasonable headway, now they're told to hang around at stops. Hopeless!

achung01

nice deal OP . - do kids under 12 still get free entry here?

Jellybeans

Rubbish.

TFL guide for London underground users with limited mobility free @ TFL
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Found 28th Jun 2018Found 28th Jun 2018
TFL guide for London underground users with limited mobility free @ TFL
A freebie I found while helping a disabled friend around London. This is not new but I am sure not a lot of people are aware of this resource. Guides online and paper copies col… Read more
umoh.umoh

Great work, tanks

apfel21

Thanks OP. A great find (y) Extremely useful. Heat added. (highfive) (highfive)

lima183

Yes they do, under 11 years travel free on the underground

RahulMacwan

I was gonna say how will it work if the guide is disabled?(In a sense where the guide is a non living entity i know some of the sensitive people would jump on what I've said)

samira007

Do under 3 year olds travel for free?

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