When Is off Peak Train Times?

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Different train companies have different off-peak times. However, off-peak times are usually in the afternoon. Train companies have come under pressure for purportedly confusing passengers by having different rules for peak-time travel.
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Off peak train times are generally before 9.30am during weekdays, during the weekends and on public holidays. Off peak tickets requires one to travel at specific times of day, days of the week or on a specific route. The tickets are generally cheaper for travelling on trains that are less busy.
Train peak times are usually before 10am and between 5pm and 7pm. Therefore train off peak is after 10am to 5pm and after 7pm to 10am
Off peak train travel is usually less hectic since it's less busy. Different geographical areas have different off peak train travels. Each train company normally have timetables for their services, which are available at their stations.
Off-Peak fares for travelling on trains that are less busy are cheaper tickets and are usually shown on the ticket. Super Off-Peak Day and Off-Peak Day tickets are valid for travel on the date shown on your ticket and until 0230 on the following day.
Off peak simply refers to the hours when fewer people travel. This may vary by the line or company, so figure the later hours of the evening, middle of the morning and afternoon, or even in the dead of night. That said, a good guide is that trains arriving in London before 9.30 am Mon-Fri, or leaving London between 4.30 and 6.30 pm, are peak trains. Outside these hours, and all day at weekends, is therefore off peak.
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varies but if you buy an open return ticket this is the top ticket and has no restrictions and you can travel at anytime of day, but this is the most expensive ticket you can buy.
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Peak time restrictions depend on the specific journey that you are making, but generally apply during the early morning (before 09.30, Monday to Friday) early evening for travel from
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WHBM Jul 28, 02, 7:31 pm Unfortunately since the trains in Britain were privatised, each of the (about 30) train operating companies now has its own interpretation of this. The inconsistencies
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