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Re: Bury Travel

By Pink Panther (legacy user)4/10/2013 15:40Fri Oct 4 15:40:05 2013In response to Bury Travel

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I didn't go to the Bury v Dulwich game on tuesday, but I understand from fellow Hamlet fans that it works out a lot cheaper if you split your tickets by buying seperately for each leg of the journey. It's around £16 return from King's X to Cambridge and about a tenner return from Cambridge to Bury, as opposed to around £38 if you buy one through ticket. Don't know why, but worth knowing, and if you check it out on National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner you'll see for yourself. (And if you have a Network Card or Gold Travelcard you can get one third off the London-Cambridge leg, bringing the total cost down to not much more than £20, plus whatever it costs you to get from Hendon to King's X.)

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