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Flexi Season (10 or 20 Off-Peak)

The following terms and conditions apply to this type of ticket. Please note that some tickets have restrictions on the days or times you can travel. Please check before you travel.

Terms and Conditions

Description

Flexi season products that can only be fulfilled on a smartcard.

Single or Return

Single

Operator

  • CrossCountry
  • East Midlands Railway
  • LNER
  • Northern
  • TransPennine Express

Standard Class Ticket Code

CAJ & CAK

Availability

Purchase Location

Ticket offices and online

Reservations Compulsory

No

Discounts

Children

No

Railcards

No

General Conditions

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Outward Journey

Day Of Travel

Off-Peak Day Return tickets.

Tickets are valid for travel on the date used and until 04:29 the following morning.

Time Of Travel

Flexi season 10 includes 10 return day tickets with a month validityFlexi season 20 includes 20 return day tickets with a 3 month validity

The National Rail Journey Planner will automatically work out which tickets are valid for your journey.

The times when you may use your Off-Peak ticket are indicated by a Restriction Code applicable to the journey you are making. This can be viewed by clicking the link from the Journey Planner ticket terms and conditions page once you have made your selection.

The Restriction Code is a two character (alpha-numeric) code. This is shown on most tickets and the meaning can be found by going to www.nationalrail.co.uk/XX [where 'XX' is the two character code].

You will also be advised of the restriction when buying your ticket.

Return Journey

Day Of Travel

Off-Peak Day Return tickets.

Tickets are valid for travel on the date used and until 04:29 the following morning.

Time Of Travel

Flexi season 10 includes 10 return day tickets with a month validityFlexi season 20 includes 20 return day tickets with a 3 month validity

The National Rail Journey Planner will automatically work out which tickets are valid for your journey.

The times when you may use your Off-Peak ticket are indicated by a Restriction Code applicable to the journey you are making. This can be viewed by clicking the link from the Journey Planner ticket terms and conditions page once you have made your selection.

The Restriction Code is a two character (alpha-numeric) code. This is shown on most tickets and the meaning can be found by going to www.nationalrail.co.uk/XX [where 'XX' is the two character code].

You will also be advised of the restriction when buying your ticket.

Refunds

Tickets are non-refundable

Changes To Travel Plans

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