With a Network Railcard, you can save up to a 1/3 on:
Standard Anytime tickets
Off-Peak Day Travelcards (Zones 1-6)
Anytime Day Travelcard (when bought as part of your ticket to London from outside London Zones 1-9)
PLUSBUS tickets – for bus travel to and from the station (and around town)
some rail/sea journeys with Wightlink and Red Funnel Ferries to stations on the Isle of Wight, Hovertravel services to and from Ryde Hoverport, and Stena Line ferries to Republic of Ireland*
However, for all journeys made between 4.30am and 10am Monday to Friday a minimum fare of £12 is payable.
The minimum discounted child fare payable is £1 at all times.
The minimum fare payable for Anytime Day Travelcards is £19.10 at all times.
Minimum fares and child supplement fares also apply for journeys to the Isle of Wight - check for details at your local staffed station before planning your journey. Minimum fares apply to each individual travelling, not to the total value of tickets purchased.
How Much is A Network Railcard?
The Network Railcard costs £30 and is valid for 12 months. People with a Network Railcard save on average £136 per year*, and the Railcard typically pays for itself within 3 journeys.
*Average saving is based on the average savings made by Network Railcard holders between March 2019 and February 2020, excluding price of Railcard
How to use a network railcard?
Explore London and the South East area without the cost and hassle of driving and save money on days out with a Network Railcard.
A Network Railcard gives you up to 1/3 off most rail fares for journeys in the Network Railcard area. Anyone 16 years and above can buy a Network Railcard.
The small print
Network Railcard discounts are not valid on all ticket types for travel before 10:00 Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
a £13 minimum fare applies on any journeys made between Monday to Friday
the minimum discounted child fare payable is £1 at all times
a £17 minimum fare applies for Anytime Day Travelcards at all times