Train Ticket – 'Off Peak S' meaning?

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  • jackthedog

    Train ticket booked for the Mrs by her employer has ‘off peak S’ printed on it.

    Anyone know if that means Off Peak Single, or Super Off Peak?

    I know it would more likely stand for Off Peak Single, but East Midlands Trains doesn’t reference Off Peak Single as an option on the timetable.

    She’s down there now (no smart phone) so I’m trying to work it out as it makes a difference to the trains available out of London this afternoon/evening. If it’s a super off peak she can’t leave between 14:55 and 19:00…

    Premier Icon nickjb

    That’s an off-peak single. It would say ‘super offpeak’ if that’s what it was. Times are still pretty restrictive coming out of London, though


    Thanks for this Nick, very helpful! Did read it at the time but too frantic to reply :-S

    Judging by the look on her face when she got back, getting out of London was a PITA.


    why is the above ticket a year out of date


    It’s a Mistry

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