What tickets can I get a Network Railcard discount on?
Off-Peak Day Travelcards (Zones 1-6)
Anytime Day Travelcard (when bought as part of your ticket to London from outside London Zones 1-9)
You can also save on inclusive train and bus 'PLUSBUS' tickets, and journeys to the Isle of Wight using Wightlink or Red Funnel (Ferries or ‘Red Jet’) services. Special adult minimum fares and special higher child fares apply on these services.
- Some tickets may have conditions or restrictions that will apply, such as time restrictions for return travel from central London.
- Not every ticket type is available for every journey that you may wish to make.
- Minimum fares apply for all journeys Monday to Friday - see Minimum Fares section for details.
What tickets can’t I get a discount on?
A Network Railcard will not give you discounts on Advance tickets, Season Tickets, First Class tickets, Gatwick Express tickets (between Gatwick Airport and London Victoria), Oyster pay as you go, Eurostar tickets, special excursions or charter trains, or in conjunction with some Train Company special offers.
Network Railcard discounts are not always available on bus links, especially those to airports e.g. Railair Links. You cannot buy discounted tickets for journeys wholly on the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway, or Travelcards valid for more than one day.
If you travel outside the Network Railcard area you can only use the Network Railcard to the boundary and will have to buy full price tickets for the journey outside the area. You must purchase these tickets before you cross the boundary and the train you are travelling on must stop at the boundary station.
The minimum discounted adult fare payable is £13 on all journeys Monday to Friday. The minimum fare does not apply at weekends or on Public Holidays.
The minimum discounted child fare payable is £1 at all times.
The minimum fare payable for Anytime Day Travelcards is £16.40 at all times. The minimum fare payable for Off-Peak Day Travelcards is £13 Monday to Friday and £5.90 on weekends and public holidays.
Minimum fares apply to each individual travelling, not to the total value of tickets purchased.