Super Off-Peak Tickets
Where there is more than one Off-Peak fare for a journey, the cheaper fare with a few more time restrictions is called Super Off-Peak. They are valid for travel after 10am
What are Super Off-Peak Tickets?
Super Off-Peak Tickets are valid for travel after 10am Monday - Friday, and any time at weekends or Bank Holidays.
The government has delayed the annual change to rail fares from January until 1st March 2021. Fares are increasing by 2.6%, the lowest amount in 4 years, and if you do need to travel by train, you can still purchase or renew tickets at 2020 prices right up until 28th February 2021.
|Sample Journey fares||Not on High Speed||Plus high speed*|
|Ashford International - London Terminals
|Margate - London Terminals
|Tonbridge - London Terminals||£15.10||n/a|
|Rochester - London Terminals||£14.80||£21.20|
|London Terminals - Barming||£15.20||n/a|
|London Terminals - Canterbury
|London Terminals - Sittingbourne||£19.90||£25.60|
|London Terminals - Tunbridge Wells
Fares correct at last date of publication 8 March 2019
Super Off-Peak Tickets are valid for travel from 10am though some local exceptions apply travelling to London.
Railcard holders get 1/3 off all Off-Peak fares.
Senior, HM Forces and Disabled Persons Railcard holders also get 1/3 off all First Class Off-Peak fares (minimum fares and time restrictions may apply to tickets bought with a railcard).
If the refund is requested before the date of travel printed on the ticket, Southeastern will refund in full and no admin fees apply.
If the refund is requested after the date of travel printed on the ticket, a £10 admin fee applies.
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