The Beans wrote:Usually, you buy online and print out the ticket itself or a receipt for the ticket that's handed in at the station booking office.
resident paul wrote:Not experience this before but how the train tickets online work?
I will be going from Preston to Manchester in 2 weeks time.
I mean if order it does it comes through the post or do you have to collect it at the nearest train station?
The reason I'm asking this so I can cut costs down when going to the Hi-Score event in just under 2 weeks time.
Thanks for the help!
The Beans wrote:I wish all the companies would do the same thing. I went from Preston to London on a Virgin train and I had to collect my ticket from the booking office.
I went from Preston to Manchester Airport on a Transpennine train and I was given a code I had to put into a ticket machine on the platform.
On ScotRail I just had to use the printout from my computer.
Sending tickets through the post seems to be the only thing the rail operators don't do.
Rinoa wrote:I use RedSpottedHanky.com instead of TrainLine. Same prices, but without booking fees.
speedlolita wrote:Rinoa wrote:I use RedSpottedHanky.com instead of TrainLine. Same prices, but without booking fees.
I've never encountered a booking fee.. Or is it that £1 charge? idk
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