Felixstowe Train Travel Information -Train Tickets

 

Tickets Types Available from Conductor /Automated Ticket Machine when Travelling from Felixstowe & Trimley 

Anytime Single (First & Standard Class) Single Journey Ticket (No travel Restrictions valid on day of travel only) 
 
Anytime Return (First & Standard Class)  - Return Ticket (No Travel Restrictions) Return Portion of Ticket valid for travel 1 month from date of purchase 
 
Anytime Day Return (First & Standard Class) - Return Ticket valid for travel only on day of purchase 
 
Off Peak Single (Standard Class Only) * - Single Journey Ticket valid to travel on off peak trains only to selected destinations (Can be used after 08:45 Monday to Fridays restriction vary during Evening Peak Mondays to Fridays, no restrictions at weekends) 
 
Off Peak Return (Standard Class Only) *- Return Journey Ticket valid to travel on off peak trains only. Return Portion of Ticket valid for 1 month from date of purchase (Can be used after 08:45 Monday to Fridays restriction vary during Evening Peak Mondays to Fridays, no restrictions at weekends) 
 
Off Peak Day Return (Standard Class Only) * - Return Journey Ticket valid to travel on off peak trains only to selected destinations on certain routes. Return Ticket Portion valid for travel on day of purchase only. (Can be used after 08:45 Monday to Fridays restriction vary during Evening Peak Mondays to Fridays, no restrictions at weekends) 
 
Super Off Peak Return (Standard Class Only) *- Return Journey Ticket valid to travel on off peak trains only to selected destinations only available on some train operators services. Return Portion of Ticket valid for 1 month from date of purchase (Can be used after 08:45 Monday to Fridays restriction vary during Evening Peak Mondays to Fridays, no restrictions at weekends) 
 
London 1 Day Travelcards (First & Standard Class) – Peak and Off Peak Day Return Ticket to London which included unlimited travel On “National Rail Services”, “Transport For London” Bus, Underground, Tram and Docklands Railway In Zones 1 to 6.(Off Peak Tickets can’t be used on “National Rail Services” during “Peak Travel” periods) valid only on day of travel) 
 
Group Save 3 or 4 *- Available for travelling to any station in the Greater Anglia area and London in groups of 3 or 4 (Combination of Adults and Children) on “Off Peak” services only for the fare of 2 Adults additional children travel at £1, terms and conditions apply (Can be used in conjunction with “London 2 for 1 offers” details can be found at www.daysoutguide.co.uk

Anglia Plus One Day Pass * Hop on/off unlimited travel ticket available from 08:45 Mondays to Fridays and all day at weekends on the following services: 
 
Felixstowe to Ipswich
Ipswich to Norwich Lowestoft Cambridge Ely
Norwich to Great Yarmouth Lowestoft Cambridge Sherringham 

* Some or all tickets not available from Automated Ticket Machines

Season Tickets

7 day, Monthly, 3 Monthly, 6 monthly and Annual available.
A passport sized photograph is required for a Photocard for purchasing a season ticket.
Season Tickets can be purchased at Travel Offices at mainline stations.

Advance Tickets

By purchasing up to 3 months in advance savings can be made on rail fares.
All “Advance Tickets” are for single journeys only!
“Advance tickets” can only be used on the date of travel on the designated train stated on the ticket!
If the train is missed Advance Ticket are not valid for travel, the full single fare will apply and in some circumstances the addition of a “Penalty Fare”!
If train services are severely disrupted travel restrictions are lifted for passengers with Advance tickets to completed their journeys. . 
 
Advanced Tickets can be purchased at any rail station with a travel office, online or with mobile App. 
 
When purchasing tickets online IBPTS recommends Virgin Trains for a prompt service and no card or hidden charges!
Avoid using The Trainline and RailEasy to book tickets online or by Mobile App as they charge unnecessary card and processing fees! 
 
“Advance Tickets” can make beneficial savings on long journeys. Journeys must be planned carefully with sufficient time allowed for connections, late running and delays, as train operating companies will not take into consideration delays or service disruption of other train operating companies! We advise when travelling using “Advance Tickets” that a separate ticket is purchased for each journey to make greater savings!

Penalty Fares Mainline Trains (Ipswich to London & Norwich)

The Penalty Fares scheme is in force on all mainline services from Ipswich to London and Norwich. 
 
All Penalty Fare Stations are clearly identified by distinct warning signs at each station entrance. At Penalty Fare Stations, if you cannot buy your ticket at the station ticket office you must purchase your ticket from the self-service ticket machine before boarding any train. 
 
Passengers are required to have a valid ticket for their journey before boarding trains at all Penalty Fare Stations.
If passengers cannot present a valid ticket when requested, by train conductors or travelling revenue ticket inspectors they will be liable to pay a Penalty Fare of £20 or twice the appropriate full Single fare to their destination station or the next station at which the train stops. 
 
On train “Ticket Inspectors and Conductors” do not have any law and detainment enforcement powers, they can only request payment and ask passengers to leave the train. Any physical contact with passenger is categorised as an assault upon the passenger!

 Multi-Ticket Travel (How to save up to 64% on walk on Tickets)

The fare structure of the “National Rail Network” is inadequately configured even within train operating companies’ areas.
To take advantage of this savings can be made on journeys by purchasing more than 1 ticket for the journey being made. 
 
“Peak and Off Peak” travel restrictions apply but providing the train you are travelling stop at the station where tickets start or finish there is no need to change trains.
It is advised when travelling using “Multi-Tickets” to purchase your tickets in advance but they can be purchased on the day of travel. Any “Walk on Ticket” for any journey can be purchased from any station travel office or from the conductor on the train providing they have the competence to perform the transaction