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Ways to pay

Whether you’re booking from home or planning to buy at the station, we offer several ways to pay. Here are your options.

Online booking

When you book your tickets through our online system, you can pay by credit card, debit card, National Rail voucher, or eVoucher. 

These tickets can then be picked up a station ticket machine, added to your key smartcard or delivered to you by post – First Class, Recorded Signed For, or Special Delivery.  

You can find out more about buying tickets online or log in now to get started.

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If you have a contactless debit or credit card you can pay for buses, Tubes, trams and most trains in London.

Using a ticket office 

At our larger stations, you can book and pay for tickets at a staffed ticket office. We can accept payment by cash, debit card, credit card or National Rail vouchers. 

Unfortunately, we no longer accept personal cheques at our ticket offices. We can accept company cheques if you’re buying an annual season ticket. (By company cheque, we mean those from a PLC, limited company, partnership, registered charity, school or local authority. We can’t accept an individual’s cheque stating ‘trading as’.)

To use a company cheque, we’ll need to see two original forms of ID. One of these must be a driving licence, passport or another photo ID. The other must be a recent utility bill or another ID that verifies your address.

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Paying at a ticket machine

At our self-service ticket vending machines you can:

  • Buy tickets
  • Collect tickets purchased online
  • Renew monthly season tickets
  • Buy car parking tickets
  • Top up your Oyster card (at London stations)

You can pay for your tickets using cash or a credit or debit card. 

No booking fees and collect at the station in the UK

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