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We compare train ticket prices for all major companies to travel from London to Oxford by train and find the best price for you. Here are the best prices selected for the coming days to go to Oxford. Your London to Oxford train ticket is just few clicks away!
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Best price found for London to Oxford train ticket for the next 30 days.
Travel information for your train journey
Route London to Oxford
|Arrival city||Oxford, England|
|Departure city||London, England|
|Lowest train ticket price||from £5.50|
|Train operators for London to Oxford||Chiltern Railways, Great Western Railway|
The route between London, located in England, specifically in the London England area and Oxford located in England, specifically in the South East England area is well served by trains. There are 51 miles between the two cities and the average train duration from London to Oxford is 1h03m. Travelling by train is often the fastest way to get to Oxford from London, and it's also a greener option than driving or flying. The lowest ticket price we found for your journey is from £5.50 for the next 30 days. Many of the trains are run by these several operators Chiltern Railways, Great Western Railway.
Departure and arrival for your train travel
London city has several stations available for your departure:London Waterloo train station, London St Pancras train station, London Stratford international train station, London New Barnet train station, London Bexley train station, London Enfield Town train station, London Harrow & Wealdstone train station, London Victoria train station, London Liverpool Street train station, London Bridge train station, London Charing Cross train station, London Euston train station, London Paddington train station, London King's Cross train station, London Fenchurch Street train station, London Southall train station, London Surbiton train station.
After 1h03m of journey you arrive at the Oxford train station, located near the city centre.
Oxford train station
Many trains run from London to Oxford, but there are also near stations served like for instance:
Many possibilities exist to book your London to Oxford train ticket:
Main train ticket types in United Kingdom
There are three principal rail tickets types in UK, Advance, Off-Peak and Anytime tickets. Each ticket types offers different fares and travel flexibility. But other tickets types are available such as Season tickets, Super-Off-Peak tickets or Rover and Rangers tickets for instance. Take a look at the different types of train ticket from London to Oxford below:
If you want to purchase the lowest available ticket, Advance tickets are ideal for you. These tickets are available 12 weeks before travel and offer biggest discounts. The earlier you buy, the cheaper the train fares are! But you can't annul your advance rail ticket, they are non-refundable, and they are sold as singles.
Off-Peak and Super Off-peak tickets are available on numerous trains outside of peak travel hours. With these tickets you travel at Off-Peak time, so don't have to pay the price of a completely flexible Anytime ticket. You can be reimbursed if you decide not to travel.
Anytime tickets is ideal for you, if you want a completely flexible ticket with no restrictions to travel. They allow the greatest flexibility in your time of travel. But they are not advised if you want the lowest type of ticket London to Oxford.
Season tickets are best for you if you make the same route more than three or four times a week. In this case, Season Tickets offer better value for money compared to buying daily tickets.
If you're looking for cheap train tickets London to Oxford, you've come to the right place. Here we give you some hints and tips for finding cheap train tickets.
Looking for travel at the lowest fares? Many railcards and reductions are available to pay less for your London Oxford train ticket and save even more money on your tickets: special train fares for children, railcards for all ages, group travel, or charity discount. There are many different types of railcards available: 16-25 railcard, Two together railcard, Family and Friends Railcard, Senior railcard, Disabled persons railcard.
Most of these railcards are bought in order to receive better discounts. But is it really worth it for travelling from London to Oxford? Check with your calculator, taking into account:
A = the railcard cost (i.e.: £30.00)
B = average discount offered by the railcard (i.e.: 34%)
C = average price for an London Oxford return ticket (i.e.: £10.77)(1)
First, divide A by B and multiply by 100: this will give you the budget from which the card will be amortized. Then divide that number by C. The result is the minimum number of trips that you will do to cushion the railcard.
In our example, A x B = 30/34 x 100 = £88.00. Then, 88/10.7669 = 8.17. It takes at least 8.17 trips from London to Oxford round trip (or 9-ways) for the purchase of the railcard to be worthwhile!
For your information, all railcards cost £30.00 except the Disabled persons railcard that costs £20.00. Railcards typically give you 34% off most adult fares, so you will save 1/3 on rail fares.
(1)Average prices observed over the last 3 months for return trip
|Train Journey||Average price without railcard(1)||With a railcard 34% off(2)||Saving based on a one-way trip||Number of return trips to pay off the cost|
|London to Oxford train||£10.77||£7.18||£3.59||8.2|
(1)Average price observed over the last 3 months for one way
(2)Price calculated with an average reduction of 34% on train tickets fare
Transport operators from London to Oxford
The following table lists the various transport operators serving the route London to Oxford.
|Great Western Railway||London||Oxford|