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two singles are often (not always) cheaper
JimmyTheWig wrote: »
Do other people ever find this?
I've never found two singles to be anything like as cheap (let alone cheaper) than a return.
richardw wrote: »
It needs "Other train operating companies also sell tickets and they may not charge additional fees"
Wattsea wrote: »
Journey from Staines to Southampton gave me:
Staines to Clapham junction (going away from Southampton!)
Clapham junction to Southampton Central
This is the same result as using National Rail Journey Planner.
Best way to split this and make it cheaper is:
Staines to Reading
Reading to Southampton Central
Not sure if your tricky ticket system can think 'outside the National Rail Journey Planner box', but it didn't work for me, and it was no better than NRJP on this occasion.
roger958 wrote: »
Sorry, don't get it. Just seems like a funnel into the over-priced Trainline.com site.
I put in Chichester - Exeter. It came up with £48.40 + 75p + £1.50.
Using SouthernRail, whom I usually book with, £48.40.
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