Going away for the night? Buy a Weekender Ticket and travel Off-Peak on a Friday or Saturday, and return on the Saturday or Sunday
How Weekender Tickets work
- You can travel outwards on Fridays after 9.30am or anytime Saturdays
- For your return trip, your ticket is valid on any train on Saturdays or Sundays
- Make the most of your ticket – stop off at any one of our stations on your way home at no extra cost
Use your Railcard with your Weekender Ticket and get a discount.
Inspiration for your weekend
Have a break from the hustle and bustle of the capital and go for a walk through Greenwich Park. Follow the path up to the Royal Observatory, and you’ll be rewarded with a view back over London. Be at one with nature and visit the Red and Fallow deer in The Wilderness section of the park before heading to the oldest pub in Greenwich, The Plume of Feathers, for a traditional pub lunch.
Whether you are searching for a true seaside delicacy or just an unconventional day out, Whitstable has it all. Visit The Royal Native Oyster Stores for the freshest fish in this seafood restaurant or wander around picturesque Harbour Street to explore the boutiques and restaurants before talking a stroll along one of Whitstable’s beaches.
Terms & Conditions
The Weekender Ticket is a permanent offer that is only valid on our network. With a Weekender you can from 9.30am on a Friday or anytime on a Saturday and return anytime on the Saturday or Sunday, for little more than a normal off-peak day return.
You can buy tickets in advance or immediately before travel. They are available from our ticket offices, online or from our ticket vending machines.
GroupSave discounts are not available with the Weekender.
When and where the ticket can be used
Weekenders are available for First Class and Standard Class travel. Outward travel is valid Fridays after 9.30am or Saturdays on any train but you can't break your journey on route.
For return travel, your ticket is valid on any train on Saturdays or Sundays and must be completed within three days of the outward travel. You can break your journey on your return journey.
Not valid for journeys wholly within the London Zones 1-6 area.
All the other usual terms and conditions apply. See www.nationalrail.co.uk/nrcoc.
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