London visitors can now book TfL travelcards online

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Visitors travelling on London’s transport network in groups can now purchase Transport for London’s (TfL) Group Day Travelcards online before they arrive in London.  London-tube

Group Day Travelcards are available for groups of 10 or more people. They offer the opportunity to use a variety of different modes of transport when travelling in London and are available online for the first time.

By buying online from the TfL Visitor Shop, which VisitBritain operates on behalf of TfL, visitors travelling in groups can get their cards before their trip and start using them as soon as they arrive in London. The cost-efficient Group Day Travelcards are also available to buy from ticket machines at Tube stations across London. Travel trade partners can also purchase these discounted tickets directly on the website.

VisitBritain commercial director Carol Dray said: “Navigating a new city can be stressful, especially when you’re travelling in a large group, so we’re thrilled to be making this process easier by giving visitors the option to purchase their Group Day Travelcards online and begin exploring London’s fantastic sights from the moment they arrive.

“The Group Day Travelcard is a ‘must have’ pass for any large group traveling on London’s extensive transport network, which not only offers easy access to many of the city’s attractions but also puts the rest of Britain within easy reach.”

Group Day Travelcards can be used after 9.30am weekdays as well as anytime at weekends and national holidays at the cheaper price of £8 per adult and £4 per child. This compares with £12.10 and £6 for individual adults and children with a standard Day Travelcard. Groups must travel together when using the Group Day Travelcard.

Group Day Travelcards are valid on Tube, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail and most National Rail services within London fare zones 1 to 6. They can also be used on all London Bus services and on trams.

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