This allows you to select the start date.
Use our Season Ticket calculator to do a
quick price check now. Then when you're
ready to buy a Season Ticket, whether it's
Weekly, Monthly, Annual or Custom,
make sure you have your Photocard
Season Tickets tend to be better value for
money and the longer the ticket duration,
the more you're likely to save. An Annual
Season Ticket, which is valid for 52 weeks,
costs the same as 40 Weekly Season
Tickets, for example. And, you won't have
the hassle of queuing up at a ticket
machine every week to buy or collect
A Season Ticket is all about flexibility.
With a Season Ticket, you could go
backwards and forwards between your
home and destination station as many
times as you like in one day, every single
day if you wanted to.
If you make the same journey more than three times a week, you're probably
better off getting a Season Ticket. But with a few options to choose from, it's
hard to know which one to go for. Our Season Ticket calculator does the maths
for you, helping you make that decision. We'll show you clear costs of each
Season Ticket and highlight the cheapest deal.
Get seven days of unlimited travel
between the two stations shown on
your train ticket. You can travel at any
time of the day, and it works out
cheaper than buying tickets every day.
You'll save more money with a Monthly
Season Ticket than you would by
buying four Weekly Season Tickets.
Enjoy unlimited travel, any time of day,
between the two stations shown on
your train ticket.
If your duration of travel doesn’t fit with
one of these options, create your own –
from over one month to a year. Say you
only need to travel for seven weeks,
then the Custom Season Ticket is for
This is the best way to save for flexible, anytime rail travel over a 12-month period. If you’re living in the east of England, your Annual Season Ticket – or Annual Gold Card as it’s also known – gives discount for Off-Peak train tickets for you and those travelling with you.
Read our FAQ on Railcards and discounts.
This one's for you if you need to travel
on the underground. You’ll get unlimited
travel between the travelcard zones you
select, and you can combine it with any
other Season Ticket option.
Thinking about purchasing a Season Ticket but want to know more about how much it might cost? We’ve highlighted Season Ticket prices for popular train routes to show how much you could save.
|Tunbridge WellstoLondon Charing Cross||£119.80||£460.10||£53.33||£4,792.00||£729.20|
|Bristol Temple MeadstoLondon Terminals||£333.80||£1,162.40||£268.17||£12,108.00||£1,840.80|
|Milton Keynes CentraltoLondon Terminals||£134.30||£515.80||£59.77||£5,372.00||£817.60|
|St Albans CitytoLondon St Pancras||£95.70||£367.50||£42.64||£3,828.00||£582.00|
*Saving calculated on the cost difference between four Weekly Season Tickets and one Monthly Season Ticket.
** Saving calculated on the cost difference between 12 Monthly Season Tickets and one full-price Annual Season Ticket.
Heads up! Before you can buy an actual Season Ticket, you’ll need to make sure you have a Photocard to use as a piece of ID. If you don’t have a Photocard, you can request one free of charge from Trainline or pop to your local train station’s ticket office with a passport-sized photo and they’ll make you one for free.
If you have one already, you can tell us your Photocard number when purchasing, and we’ll match it up to your Season Ticket. Just remember that you’ll need to bring both your Season Ticket and Photocard with you at all times when travelling.