What is a single and return ticket?

What is a single and return ticket?

A one-way ticket allows you to travel only to your destination, without returning. A return ticket includes a journey to your destination and back.

Can I use a walrus card on the train?

The Walrus card covers travel on buses, trains and ferries around the region. You can also load on Arriva and Stagecoach weekly bus tickets.

What age is half fare on trains?

Children aged 11 to 15 years old can get free or discounted travel with a Zip Oyster Photocard, or a Young Visitor discount. Sixteen and 17-year-olds pay half the adult rate on Tube, DLR and London Overground journeys with a 16+ Oyster photocard.

What does a return ticket mean?

: a ticket that allows a person to travel to one place and then return back to the place he or she left.

What is the meaning of a single ticket?

A single ticket is a ticket for a journey from one place to another but not back again. The price of a single ticket is thirty-nine pounds.

Are Walrus cards still valid?

All Walrus cards are reusable and can be loaded with multiple products – please remember to keep yours for both Saveaway and Railpass products. How will a ticket inspector know I have a valid ticket if there isn’t anything on the card to show what I have bought?

What age does a child pay on public transport?

Children aged 11-15. Children aged 11-15 travel for free on London’s buses and at child-rate Pay as you go Oyster fares on the underground (tube), DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services IF they have an 11-15 Zip Oyster photocard.

Does return ticket mean round-trip?

A round-trip ticket is also known as a “circle ticket” or a “return air ticket” because you depart from your original location which is “A,” and travel to your destination where you may stay for a few days or more which is “B.” Your return flight takes you back to “A” where you began, thus completing the circle.

Is a return ticket valid the next day?

For a return journey, the ticket is valid till midnight of the following day. If the return ticket is purchased on a Saturday, it will be valid till Monday at midnight.

What means double ticket?

A sales strategy in which a merchant puts two price tags on a product to lure the consumer to the till where he/she is asked to pay the higher of the two ticketed prices.

How much does a Merseyrail one zone ticket cost?

Adult fares range from £4.10 for ‘one zone’ and £5.50 for ‘all zones’. Young person (5-18yrs) fares range from £2.05 for ‘one zone’ and £2.75 for ‘all zones’. If you are unsure of how many zones your journey passes through, use our Journey Planner to calculate the cost of your ticket.

When do you get free Merseyrail tickets for children?

If two adults are travelling, up to three children enjoy FREE travel! The ticket is valid from 9.30am weekdays and can be used throughout the day on weekends for unlimited travel on the Merseyrail network and Northern, Wirral and City line trains within the Merseytravel boundaries.

Where can I find the Mersey Ferries timetable?

Lord Street or Queen Square Bus Station – Aintree University Hospital or Kirkby Visit the Mersey Ferries website for up to date timetables.