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You can buy train tickets online with Southeastern for travel throughout Great Britain.

  • No booking or credit card fees – unlike many other sites
  • Lowest London fares can only be bought online
  • See the cheapest available fares for your journey
  • Buy monthly or annual season tickets online too

Ticket vending machines 

It’s easy to buy tickets at a ticket vending machine. They’re available in all our stations. 

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Ticket Vending Machine Price Guarantee

If you buy a ticket from one of our ticket vending machines (TVMs), and find the same ticket available elsewhere for a lower price, we will refund you the difference. To check if you can get a refund please contact our Customer Services team by writing to us, including copies of any tickets bought. 

Oyster pay as you go

You can use an Oyster card on most National Rail services in London, as well as the Tube, buses, trams, DLR, London Overground and TfL Rail. Just touch the card on the yellow reader by the barriers. Remember to touch in at the start and out at the end of your journey. 

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You can use contactless cards to travel on most National Rail services in London as well as the Tube, buses, trams, DLR, London Overground and TfL Rail. Contactless cards are usually debit or credit cards. When you use them, you’ll pay the same fare as Oyster. 

Just touch the card on a yellow card reader as you would an Oyster card. Always remember to touch in and touch out. 

If you prefer to use your phone instead of a bank card, then Apple Pay and Android Pay are also accepted, with Samsung Pay coming soon. Always remember to touch in and out.

Apple Pay

Apple Pay is generally the same as using pay as you go with a contactless payment card. You still need to touch in and out on rail services to pay the right fare. You can also use an Apple Watch to pay.

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Ticket offices

Buy any train ticket for travel in Great Britain from any of our station ticket offices.

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We are now accepting PayPal as a payment method. Just select PayPal when you buy tickets online on our booking engine. If you don’t have a PayPal account you create one here

Visa Checkout

Visa Checkout is the one click way to pay online. Simply select Visa Checkout when you buy tickets online with us. Find out more about Visa Checkout or sign up here if you don't already have a Visa Checkout account.

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