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Unread 05-04-2010, 21:47   #1
Jferb
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Default Web Bookings Surcharge

The wording on web booking confirmations has been amended with the following:

Ticket Rules

Changes and cancellations

Passengers wishing to travel on the same day, but on an alternative train other than the time shown on their ticket, can do so provided seats are available, by paying a surcharge. The surcharge of up to 40 should be paid at the booking office before boarding the train. If a booking office is not open the surcharge must be paid on board the train. All tickets are only valid for travel on the dates printed on the ticket.

Travelling on an invalid ticket will result in a fine of 100.



This seems to suggest that a surcharge applies in every case where one travels on a service other than the one one is booked on. And that the surcharge is not simply the difference in web-fares between the two. Still, it gives no idea of what the surcharge would be (expect no more than 40) or how to calculate it.
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