Save more money while avoiding the morning and evening peaks!
If you’re travelling to London on a weekday but outside the morning or evening peak times, it’s cheaper to buy a Super Off-Peak ticket than an Off-Peak fare.
Super Off-Peak times depend on the train company you’re travelling with, where you’re going and when you’re travelling. Use the journey planner to check for Super Off-Peak services.
When travelling with Thameslink, in addition to the same morning peak restrictions as our Off-Peak tickets, our Super Off-Peak Day tickets also have a restriction on the return journey where they are not valid on trains timed to depart London St Pancras between 16:29 and 19:02 Monday to Friday. The evening peak restriction does not apply to journeys wholly within the London Zones 1-6 area with a Super Off Peak Day Travelcard.
Use the journey planner to check for Super Off-Peak services.
You can take the kids for that trip to St Albans, Brighton, London or in fact anywhere on our network for just £2 this Spring. Up to 4 children can travel with you and the discount is automatically applied when you book online!
If you have a Senior, HM Forces or Disabled Persons Railcard, you get 1/3 off all First Class Off-Peak and First Class Super Off-Peak fares.