Split Train Tickets | London

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

London is the capital of England and has a enormous rail way system, both overground and underground.
The London Underground covering 402km is made up entirely of 11 lines serving 272 stations and was first built in 1863.
The London lines are Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, and Waterloo & City.
The London overground is a group of six routes serving many areas of the Capital.These include; Richmond and Clapham Junction to Stratford Watford Junction to Euston,Gospel Oak to Barking,Highbury & Islington to New Cross, Clapham Junction, Crystal Palace and West Croydon Liverpool Street to Enfield Town, Cheshunt (via Seven Sisters) and Chingford, Romford to Upminster.

How Do London Split Tickets Work?

When travelling throughout London, the main form of transport is trains. Whether it being the underground or overground it's pretty simple to catch a train to your destination. By using Split Tickets, you will be saving money on your ticket as you will be buying two or more tickets rather than one.
Considering london is the capital, there is easy access to all lines traveling throughout the country making it an easy hub to begin with.
By spliting your train ticket into two to three tickets, rather than one when traveling to and from London you will be saving more rather than purhcaisng one ticket. This is why Split Ticket is a great and easy site to use when purchasing train tickets as we do all that for you.

Is There A Car Park I Can Use?

All the stations offer all day parking at station car parks, as well as free blue badge parking. Most locations have CCTV and all have a variety of payment options. Station car parks are located next to the station.

Can I Take My Bicycle On The Train With Me?

You can take folded cycles anywhere, at any time on all London transport services. However, on buses the driver can decide not to let you travel if it's too busy due to crowding. Folded or not, electric scooters are not allowed.
You are able to take non-folded bicycles on some services at specific times.


On the lines listed below only:
Allowed Monday to Friday before 07:30, between 09:30 and 16:00, and after 19:00. Allowed anytime on weekends and bank holidays
Line Stations allowed;
Bakerloo: Between Queen's Park and Harrow & Wealdstone
Central Between Leyton, Epping and Newbury Park (via Hainault only)
Between White City, Ealing Broadway and West Ruislip
Circle Anywhere
District Anywhere
Hammersmith & City Anywhere
Jubilee Between Stratford and Canning Town
Between Finchley Road and Stanmore
Metropolitan Anywhere
Northern Between Golders Green and Hendon Central
Between Colindale and Edgware
Between East Finchley, Mill Hill East and High Barnet
Piccadilly Between Oakwood and Cockfosters
Between Barons Court, Hounslow West and Uxbridge

London Overground

Allowed Monday to Friday before 07:30, between 09:30 and 16:00, and after 19:00. Allowed anytime on weekends and bank holidays. You can also take non-folded cycles on trains:
Leaving Liverpool Street station going towards Chingford, Enfield Town or Cheshunt, between 07:30 and 09:30 Arriving at Liverpool Street station from Chingford, Enfield Town or Cheshunt, between 16:00 and 19:00

Elizabeth line

Non-folded cycles are allowed Monday to Friday:
Arriving at Liverpool Street (from the east) before 07:30 and after 09:30 Leaving Liverpool Street (eastbound) before 16:00 and after 19:00 Arriving at London Paddington (from the west) before 07:45 and after 09:45 Leaving London Paddington (westbound) 16:30 and after 19:00 Between Paddington and Abbey Wood before 07:30, 09:30-16:00 and after 19:00 Weekends and bank holidays: Anytime
You cannot take non-folded cycles onto the Tube at some Elizabeth line stations:
Tottenham Court Road Bond Street (opening on 24 October 2022, subject to final safety approvals) Paddington - onto the Bakerloo line Liverpool Street - onto the Central and Northern lines Stratford - onto the Central line DLR Allowed Monday to Friday before 07:30, between 09:30 and 16:00, and after 19:00 Allowed anytime on weekends and bank holidays

London Travel Services

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