Although Off-Peak and Super Off-Peak times will vary – by both the train operator and route – the times generally fit within those listed below:
Off-Peak tickets are not valid on weekdays before 09.30am. They’re not valid early evening (between 15.30pm to 19.15pm) from major cities (such as London), but they can be used on all trains at weekends and on public holidays.
Super Off-Peak tickets are not valid on weekdays before 10.00am or early in the evening (between 16.00 to 18.00) from major cities. Tickets may not be valid on certain days.
c2c Off-Peak day tickets are not available for travel on trains arriving at London Fenchurch Street before 10.00 or departing from London before 09.30.
c2c Super Off-peak tickets are only valid at weekends and Bank Holidays but on some long distance journeys, these tickets are valid seven days a week but with tighter restrictions on weekdays than the Off-peak fare.
There are two ways to find out if Off-peak tickets are valid on a particular route. Try:
- Searching our Fares Matrix for the Journey online: Off-Peak and Super Off-Peak tickets are not limited in quantity, which means they will be listed in the search results for all Journeys they’re valid on.
- Contacting the train operating company directly, since they can supply you with the most up-to-date information.