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Many trains run from London to Oxford, but there are also near stations served like for instance:
Transport operators from London to Oxford
The following table lists the various transport operators serving the route London to Oxford.
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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.
Price barometer for train tickets covering this trip
The gopili price barometer gives the prices for a London to Oxford train and helps you to know whether you are getting a good deal:
Average prices over the last 9 months based on user searches
National Railcards can save you a lot if you're travelling by train. Depending on your age as well as your situation, you are able to get one of the 5 different railcards: Disabled persons, 16-25, Two together, Senior or Family and Friends railcards. Railcards can enable you to pay less for your London Oxford train ticket.
If you want to understand the savings that you can make with a railcard, you need to assess how many trips you need to save money. You will see that commonly only a few trips are needed.
For your assessment, you need to include the railcard cost, for instance £30, your savings on each journey (i.e.: 34%) as well as the cost of your ticket. The average cost of a London Oxford ticket is £18.46 (1).
Divide the railcard cost by the saving: £30/34%= £88. Then divide £88 by £18.46: £88/£18.46 = 4.77. You will need to make about 5 trips from Oxford to London (one way journey) with your railcard to be profitable.
Railcards enable you to get a third off most train fares for 12 months. A Disabled persons railcard costs £20 and the 5 other railcards £30.
(1)Average prices observed over the last 3 months for one way journey
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|London to Oxford train||£18.46||£12.31||£6.15||4.78|
(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
Travel information for your train journey
Route London to Oxford
|Arrival city||Oxford, England|
|Departure city||London, England|
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The trip between London, located in England and Oxford, located in England is well connected by trains. Use our travel search engine to search for your ticket and see the rail operator for this journey.
The train is a quick and simple option to get to Oxford from London. The average train duration between London to Oxford is 1h03m to cover the 52 miles.
We found tickets from £5.40 to travel in the next 30 days. Fares may vary depending on when you travel and how long in advance you purchase your ticket.
It could be easy to find cheap train tickets London to Oxford. By following these few tricks, you will always find cheap train tickets for your journey.
The earlier you book the cheaper it gets. You are able to save up to 80% on your train ticket by booking 12 weeks prior the departure. Why? Because train operators can release advance tickets up to 3 months before the date of departure and it is usually at this time that you will get the cheapest price.
You will also take notice that, the cheapest time to travel is outside the peak travel times, which are between 06:30 to 9:30 and 15:30 to 18:30. Therefore, try to avoid travelling during rush hours and you should make savings on your train ticket London to Oxford.
If you already know at what time you want to take the return journey, you should verify the price of two singles as they can be cheaper than a return. The only condition is to get the exact train you bought.
Another tip to make savings is to split up your journey to Oxford. Instead of buying only one ticket for your journey you can divide the journey into different stages, and buy a ticket for each part of the journey.
Main train ticket types in United Kingdom
There are three principal train tickets types in UK, Advance, Off-Peak and Anytime tickets. Each ticket types provides different fares and travel flexibility. But other tickets types exist like 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 book the cheapest available ticket, Advance tickets are perfect for you. These tickets are released 12 weeks before travel and offer biggest discounts. The earlier you purchase, the cheaper the train fares are! But you can't annul your advance train 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 times. Thanks to these tickets you travel at Off-Peak time, so don't have to pay the fare of a fully flexible Anytime ticket. You can be reimbursed if you decide not to travel.
Anytime tickets is perfect 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 cheapest type of ticket London to Oxford.
Season tickets are perfect for you if you make the same route more than three or four times a week. In this instance, Season Tickets offer better value for money compared to buying daily tickets.
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.
And if you change?
Other alternatives of transport exist to travel from London to Oxford:
You can buy your London to Oxford train ticket in three different ways:
By using our fast and easy to use search service, you are be able to compare hundreds of train offers from all major rail companies. Gopili aims to help you get cheap train tickets from London to Oxford! Please note, train tickets Oxford to London are also available for your return journey.
Things to do in Oxford
We have compiled for you a list of 6 places that you can do in Oxford.
As travel specialists, we understand that preparing a trip and finding all the information about a specific destination can be time consuming. We aim to help you by recommending some places, whether you are visiting for a day or for holidays.
Each year, many travellers are going to Oxford. If you want visit one of the most touristic attraction of the city, you should go to Sheldonian Theatre. If you have the time, we will also recommend you to visit Christ Church and Pitt Rivers Museum to complete your visit.
Another noteworthy area that you can visit is Oxford University Museum of Natural History if you wish to know more about this destination.
Museum of the History of Science is also a point of interest that we will recommend you to see if you have spare time during your stay.
At last, if you're still curious in discovering more about Oxford, University of Oxford Botanic Garden can be the final step of your stay. Even though people might not consider it as the most important thing to do, it will enable you to get a complete picture of the city and its character.
Cost of the train when booking in advance or at the last minute
The cost for train tickets London to Oxford will increase as the date gets closer. According to our data, if you buy your ticket 1 month in advance, you can find tickets from £6 while if purchasing your seat on the day you're travelling, you will need to spend at least £20 for your journey. Thus, you will save 71% on the cost of your ticket by buying your ticket 1 month in advance rather than on the day you're travelling.
The figures are based on the cheapest fares found in the past 6 months when buying in advance versus at the last minute.
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