Split Train Tickets | Brighton

Split your train tickets to Brighton and pay less. You still travel on the same train, at the same time and in the same seat.

Brighton railway station is the southern terminus of the Brighton Main Line in England, and the principal station serving the city of Brighton, East Sussex.It contains 8 platforms within the station.
The Brighton Railway station was built in 1840 solely for the purpose of connecting Brighton to Shoreham-by-sea, west along the coastal line.

How Do Brighton Split Tickets Work?

Split ticket will find you the cheapest fares on train tickets simply by finding two to three tickets for less than the price of one single ticket. Cheap fares are still able to be found on last minute bought tickets as well as flexible Off-Peak and Anytime fares
In some cases, the price of train tickets to Brighton will increase as the departure date approaches. No matter how close the train ticket is bought close to the departure date, split ticket will still help you save money.
Although buying a pre-sale ticket as far in advance as possible, you will give yourself a chance of getting a better deal on cheap train tickets to Brighton with Split Ticket.

How Can I Get To The Railway Station?


The Brighton station can be accessed by car. Station car park is available onsite with 633 spaces available. Bue badge parking is also available.
Prices for parking are as follows; Annual Charge: £1209.90 Daily Charge: £15.40 Monthly Charge: £208.90 Off Peak Charge: N/A Six Monthly Charge: N/A Per Hour Charge: N/A Three Monthly Charge: £454.20 Weekly Charge: £91.10


You can access the station by bicycle. Please ensure you check with your train operator if you can take your bike on the train.
You can store your bike at the cycle hub which has space for up to 500 bicycles.


Taxi's have access to the station. The Taxi rank is located at the rear of the station through the exit next to platform 8.


Bus service is available to and from the station giving you access to Brighton town.

Is There Onsite Toilets Available?

Yes, toilets and accessible toilets are located at the east end of the main concourse.
Changing Place facility is also available.This provides a changing bench, hoist, height adjustable sink and non-slip floors. The Changing place is located by the north entrance to the station, in the same building as the cycle storage facilities.

I Am Traveling First Class, Is There A Lounge For Me?

Unfortunately at Brighton railway station there is no First class lounge available for those passengers traveling in First class.Ther is seated areas on the otherhand available for everyone to use.

Brighton Travel Services

Reyansh Hopkins

Great page to save on expensive train tickets to Brighton! I have a family of`5 so many tickets have to be bought especially for long distances so this helped us alot.

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