Inconsistent peak times and unclear advance ticket offerings lead half of UK rail passengers to either overpay or be put off by the price of a train ticket
Despite attempts by the industry to simplify rail travel, the complex rules governing ticket prices are still proving too much for those who use the trains with 50 per cent of people finding the entire process a ”lottery”.
Tickets are now divided into peak – which are the most expensive, cheaper off-peak and advance, which cost the least of all.
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