TfL to shake up Oyster card deposit refunds - MSE News

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edited 10 February 2020 at 5:08PM in Public transport & cycling
Transport for London customers who buy an Oyster card from 23 February will only be able to get their £5 deposit refunded if they keep the card for more than a year - but with over £200 million in deposits currently stuck on unused cards, it's worth checking if you can get a refund now...

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'TfL to shake up Oyster card deposit refunds - check if you can get cash back'
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  • Savvy_Sue
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    As a very occasional Oyster card user, I've thought of returning my card and getting the deposit back, then using contactless, BUT I finally managed to get my disabled railcard linked to the Oyster card, and I presume there's no way of doing the same with a credit card!
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    Savvy_Sue said:
    I finally managed to get my disabled railcard linked to the Oyster card, and I presume there's no way of doing the same with a credit card!
    That's right. There isn't.
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