Make the most of your Sundays with our new Sunday Out train ticket.
Available for journeys of up to an hour from London, the new Sunday Out ticket gives you the flexibility to travel at any time on Sunday. Perfect for not being restricted to a set time or pre-booked journey - so you can catch a train that suits if you decide to stay on for a bit longer, whether it’s enjoying the sights and sounds in the capital or spending some extra time with friends or family.
When can I buy a Sunday Out train ticket?
Sunday Out tickets go on sale up to twelve weeks before the date of travel. You can save time if you book through our app or website and select delivery as an e-ticket, load it to your smart card or collect your ticket from a self-service ticket machine at the station. You can also buy it when you arrive at the station from a self-service ticket machine or ticket office.
Are there any extra discounts on Sunday Out tickets?
You can save 34% with all Railcards on Sunday Out tickets. You can also save on child tickets!
If you’re travelling in a group of 3 to 9 people, you can save a third on tickets with GroupSave discounts.
How can I buy an Sunday Out ticket?
You can buy your ticket through our website, on our app or at any ticket office or self-service ticket machine.
Can I break my journey with an Sunday Out ticket?
Yes. you can break your journey either on the outward or return leg.
Help! I need to travel on a different train - can I change my ticket?
Sunday Out tickets are valid at any time and give you flexibility if your plans change. Like other day return tickets, if you want to change the day of travel, you'll need to amend your ticket. We may charge an administration fee to do this.
What happens if I miss my next train because of a delay?
A Sunday Out ticket is valid at any time on Sundays so just travel on the next available service.
If a delay on one of our trains means you end up being 15 minutes late or more to your destination, you may be entitled to claim compensation under our Delay Repay scheme.
There are engineering works now and I don't want to travel. Can I get a refund?
If there's a change in journey times or mode of travel (a bus replacement service) and you no longer want to travel you can claim a full refund on the unused tickets from your original retailer.
If you're buying your tickets more than six weeks before you travel, we always recommend that you check timetables again at the six-week mark. This is because of changes to how the industry plans trains for engineering work.