oyster help please

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Found 26th May 2009
hi all

is there a minimum you can top up oyster cards a a shop top up point?

thank you

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I'm fairly sure the minimum is £5.

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drifter@skynet;5324484

I'm fairly sure the minimum is £5.



ahh ok thank you

drifter@skynet;5324484

I'm fairly sure the minimum is £5.



what are you on about?

you can top up anything

toped up £1 not to long ago

one way journeys to some places cost £1, so hence you can top up as much as you want to meet your journey price.

You can top up a minimum of 10p as long as you have cash

SuperEd

its £1 but havent tried 10p thou lol

You can top up less on ticket machines at tube stations. I topped up £2 on mine last time:)

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monkeybrains;5324509

what are you on about?you can top up anythingtoped up £1 not to long … what are you on about?you can top up anythingtoped up £1 not to long agoone way journeys to some places cost £1, so hence you can top up as much as you want to meet your journey price.



I thought in shops it was different to ticket machines.

Original Poster

really? thats good news guys, kids need to travel, dont want to pay the £2 fare each but only wanted to top up the correct fare :oops:

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in sweet shops they usually have a set minimum either 1 or 2 pound but the ticket machines in tube stations allow a minimum of 10p

Original Poster

it'll be £2 on each, but ive only ever topped up £5 or £10

drifter@skynet;5324539

I thought in shops it was different to ticket machines.



oops i sound abit rude on my first reply to you:p

nope, you can top up anything in shops as far as i know. and if they refuse then you can complain about the shop:thumbsup:

depends on nice the shop keeper is really

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loupomm;5324608

but ive only ever topped up £5 or £10



Yeah same, which is why I wasn't completely sure.

monkeybrains;5324615

oops i sound abit rude on my first reply to you:pnope, you can top up … oops i sound abit rude on my first reply to you:pnope, you can top up anything in shops as far as i know. and if they refuse then you can complain about the shop:thumbsup:depends on nice the shop keeper is really



No worries. I think I must have read an article similar to this recently - rmtlondoncalling.org.uk/nod…378

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loupomm;5324608

it'll be £2 on each, but ive only ever topped up £5 or £10



your be fine anywhere then:thumbsup::)
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