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Save money on regular travel
Season tickets are a great option for frequent travellers, if you’re making the same journey at least three or four times a week. Valid on all of our train routes, Season tickets can be used on any day within the ticket’s validity period.
Weekly Season tickets are valid for seven days, or you can buy a ticket for any period from one month to a year. The longer your Season ticket the more you’ll save compared to buying daily tickets.
Choose from First Class or Standard Class Season tickets. As well as the usual benefits of First Class, such as more space and comfy reclining seats, some First Class weekday services offer a complimentary breakfast. Please note, not all routes offer a First Class service.
You can load your Season ticket onto your Smartcard instantly when purchasing tickets at the ticket machine. Buying online or using the app? Simply wait two hours before uploading your purchase.
If you travel to London frequently and want to make your arrival in the capital a little easier, just choose the “London Zones 1-6” option when buying your Season ticket.
Get the savings of an annual Season ticket and spread the cost with monthly Direct Debit payments when you join our Commuter Club. Lock in your fare for 12 months plus get two weeks free travel.
Commuter Club benefits
- Pay for your annual Season ticket in monthly payments
- Avoid the queues - it takes a few minutes to sign up and we'll post your Season ticket to you
- Make big savings compared to buying weekly or monthly tickets
- Pay the same rate for a full year - no January price rise
- You can change your route or cancel your plan at any time
Expecting? If your Standard Class Season ticket is valid for one month or more, you can apply for a free Mums to Be pass. The pass will allow you a seat in First Class if there are none left in Standard Class, subject to availability.
To apply for your pass, contact our Customer Service team with a copy of your MATB1 form.
To learn more, read the full National Rail terms and conditions for Season tickets