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Super Off-Peak Online Single (East Midlands Railway)

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

Off-Peak fares are cheaper tickets for travelling on trains that are less busy. You may need to travel at specific times of the day, days of the week and sometimes on specific routes or operators.

Single or Return

Single

Operator

  • CrossCountry
  • East Midlands Railway
  • Northern

Standard Class Ticket Code

SS2

Availability

Purchase Location

Online only

Purchase Availability

This ticket can only be purchased online and as part of a return journey.

Pre-booking Requirement

None

Reservations Compulsory

No

Discounts

Children

Yes

Children (aged 5 to 15 inclusive) are offered a 50% discount

Railcards

Yes

16-25 Railcard, 26-30 Railcard, Family & Friends, Two Together, Disabled Persons Railcard, HM Forces Railcard, Senior Railcard all offer 34% discount.

Minimum fares / time restrictions may apply to tickets bought with a Railcard or other discount card. See terms and conditions of the appropriate Railcard or discount card for details.

Railcard holders travelling on a discounted ticket must carry their Railcard when they travel. If a Railcard holder fails to produce their valid Railcard with their ticket, they will be required to pay a full priced ticket for their journey as if no Railcard and/or no ticket were held.

Outward Journey

Day Of Travel

Super Off-Peak Single (Online) tickets are valid for outward travel on the date shown on the ticket and until 04:29 the following morning.

If you cannot complete your journey on the same day you will be allowed to finish it the following day - see 'Break of journey' below.

Time Of Travel

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.

Break Of Journey

A break of journey is permitted unless otherwise indicated by a restriction shown against the ticket's Restriction Code.

Overnight break of journey - if the journey cannot be completed in this time, the ticket may be used to continue the journey on the following day. Unless otherwise indicated in the relevant restriction code, time restrictions apply as from the initial origin station on both days. The appropriate restrictions for the actual day on which travel is being undertaken apply (for example, it may be that if day 1 is on Sunday, no restrictions apply, but on day 2, the Monday-Friday restrictions apply). All travel must be completed by 04:29 in the morning after this second day.

Return Journey

Day Of Travel

Not applicable

Time Of Travel

Not applicable

Break Of Journey

Not applicable

Refunds

This ticket is only valid as part of a return journey. If the other portion of the return journey is cancelled, this ticket (Super Off-Peak Single (Online)) must be cancelled at the same time. A £10 charge will apply for any refund.

Changes To Travel Plans

See 'Refund Policy' below