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Default Best fare option for Putney-Reading, Reading-Waterloo

The alternatives appear to be Oyster Putney-Richmond, Day Return
Richmond-Reading and get off at Richmond on the way back to touch in
(touching out on the way there is no problem because I have to change
trains there anyway); or Day Return Waterloo-Reading.

Any other ideas? I need to be there before 9:30 and will leave after 15:45.

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The alternatives appear to be Oyster Putney-Richmond, Day Return
Richmond-Reading and get off at Richmond on the way back to touch in
(touching out on the way there is no problem because I have to change
trains there anyway); or Day Return Waterloo-Reading.

Any other ideas? I need to be there before 9:30 and will leave after
15:45.


As it's only 80p more expensive to get a DR from Putney (over Richmond), I
would get that and suffer the break at Putney on the way back

tim


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Default Best fare option for Putney-Reading, Reading-Waterloo

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The alternatives appear to be Oyster Putney-Richmond, Day Return
Richmond-Reading and get off at Richmond on the way back to touch in
(touching out on the way there is no problem because I have to change
trains there anyway); or Day Return Waterloo-Reading.


Any other ideas? I need to be there before 9:30 and will leave after
15:45.


As it's only 80p more expensive to get a DR from Putney (over Richmond), I
would get that and suffer the break at Putney on the way back

tim


tangent
I've just noticed that the off-peak LU fare from Richmond to Waterloo
is 10p more than the NR fare.
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