Print-Your-Own tickets are just one of the various ticket delivery options we offer.
If you choose this option when you book your tickets, your tickets will be emailed to you.
You’ll then be able to print your tickets from home, work, an internet café - basically, anywhere you like.
And, you can find these tickets in ‘My Booking’, in case you lose them!
Once your tickets are printed you’ll need to keep them with you, as well as a valid form of ID*, when you travel.
*Use any of these to prove your ID –
Credit or debit card
Click on the Train Operating Company (TOC) you’ll be travelling with from the drop-down list below to see which routes you can get Print-Your-Own tickets for.
Please select a train operator.
Chiltern Trains: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
Cross Country Trains: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
Virgin Trains East Coast: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
East Midlands Trains: selected routes as follows (Advanced Tickets only):
Nottingham to Bedford, Chesterfield, Ely, Liverpool Stations, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway, Manchester Stations, Norwich, Peterborough, Sheffield, St Pancras International, Thetford, Warrington Central, Wellingborough and Widnes (and return).
Great Western Railway: selected routes as follows (Advanced Tickets only):
Reading to Swindon, Bath Spa, Exeter St Davids, Bristol Parkway, Bristol Temple Meads and Plymouth (and return).
First Hull Trains: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
First TransPennine Express: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
Grand Central Trains: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
Greater Anglia: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
Heathrow Express: All Routes (including flexible tickets).
Virgin Trains: All Routes (Advanced Tickets only).
*We will update this page as more routes become available*
Things you should know
Print-Your-Own tickets are non-refundable. You can’t make changes to these tickets either, so don’t book them on a whim.
Staff at the train station can’t print these tickets for you, you won’t be able to collect them from a self-service ticket machine either.
You’ll be sent two emails when you choose our Print-Your-Own ticket option. The first is your booking confirmation and can’t be used as your ticket. It’s the second email you need, that’s where you’ll find your tickets.
For group bookings
If you’re travelling together as a group, the ticket booker’s name will be on all the tickets, so make sure they bring their ID, otherwise the rest of the group’s tickets won’t be valid.
If you’re not travelling together, you’ll need to make sure your ticket has your name on it (add this on the ‘Delivery options’ page) and you’ll need to bring your own ID.