For a temporary period during the Coronavirus outbreak, we have made it as easy as possible for you to rearrange your travel plans. For more information click here.
If you need to change your ticket:
You can change the time, date, or class of an Advance ticket. There's a £10 fee for each ticket, plus any increase in the fare and postal fees to send your new tickets to you. If the new fare is less, you'll still need to pay the £10, and we don't pay the difference back. Advance tickets can't be refunded unless you were unable to travel because your train was delayed or cancelled
Super Off-Peak, Off-Peak and Anytime tickets can be changed for a charge of £10 each, plus postal fees if applicable; if you bought online, or with our app, you’ll need to claim a refund and buy a new ticket
All changes must be made before you travel.
Tickets bought online
Log into your account online, where you can click on the booking, view more details and amend your ticket booking.
If your journey is more than five days away, we’ll send your new tickets to you – postal fees apply. If it’s within five days, you’ll need to visit a GWR station to amend your tickets.
Advance Single fares vs ‘walk-up' returns
If you have Advance Single tickets for both your journeys and want to make a change to one, you may find a new Off-Peak Return fare is cheaper. A £10 admin fee for each ticket will be chargeable.
If you have Advance Single tickets for both your journeys but miss your outward leg, you may find that changing to an Off-Peak Return fare is actually cheaper. A £10 admin fee will be chargeable.
To change your tickets, you’ll need to visit a staffed GWR ticket office.
Tickets bought at a station
Visit the train station ticket office.
Tickets bought by phone or by using the GWR App
In line with the government advice to only travel to work if essential, we’re closing our Contact Centre. If you need to get in touch, send us an email.
If you’ve bought tickets through another company, you’ll need to contact them directly.