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Are you travelling with a large group of adults and children? Take a look at our Group Travel discounts

Save with our Group Travel discount

If you’re travelling in a group of 10 or more with children then you could save with our Group Travel discount. 
Child rate for rail only journeys is available for children aged 15 – 17 inclusive, however when using London Underground or Bus services child rate is available for children aged 5 - 15 inclusive. 

If you’re a group of just adults travelling together then take a look at our GroupSave discounts.

Group Travel is often used by schools or youth organisations to get a discount on standard fares when travelling together Off-Peak.

How Group Travel works: 

  • Weekdays Group Travel is available on Southeastern services arriving in London from 10am and departing London between 9.30am and 4pm and from 7pm
  • For non-London services Group Travel is available at Off-Peak times anywhere on our network
  • Saturday, Sundays and Public holidays Group Travel is available on all our services
  • You need to submit your Group Travel booking at least 10 working days before your departure date and allow enough time for the tickets to be delivered by post

To book Group Travel Tickets please use the online booking form below.*

*You can’t use the booking form to buy Kids for a Quid Tickets. Buy Kids for a Quid Tickets online or from a booking office. 

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10 working days notice prior to travel is required to book through this office.  For anything less, please visit one of our ticket offices.

Bookings cannot be submitted more than 3 calendar months in advance.

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