|Train operators||Great Western Railway|
|Lowest train price||from £49.50|
|Average train price||£50.00|
Find the cheapest tickets to travel from Oxford to Plymouth by train, bus, ride sharing and plane.
Ticket prices and availability have been recorded in the last 72 hours from the data provided by our partners.
The table above only shows the remaining services for today and will display a maximum of 10 train departures.
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Based on our data, 1 trains from Oxford to Plymouth are available today and 0 tomorrow. The first Oxford Plymouth train leaves at 13:55 and the last one leaves the station at 13:55. The first and last departure times can vary every day and there can be fewer services during weekends as well as public holidays. Rail operators may also adjust the number of trains during school holidays or depending on the season.
Getting your train ticket beforehand is often cheaper than leaving it to the day you travel. However, as you may see in the chart above, the price of train tickets Oxford to Plymouth tend to remain approximately the same and cost £48.
We compare train ticket for all major companies to travel between Oxford and Plymouth by train and find the best prices for the coming days. Take a look at the prices of train tickets Plymouth to Oxford and find the best deal for your outbound journey.
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The most efficient way to spend less on your Oxford Plymouth train ticket may be to get a railcard. While regional railcards can be obtained in some areas, National railcards enable you to save money on most rail fares across the country. Everyone is eligible to at least 1 of the railcard, even non-UK citizens. National railcards available: 16-25 railcard, Senior discount card, Two together railcard, Family and Friends discount card and Disabled persons railcard.
How much can I save with a railcard?
When buying a railcard, you aim to break even after several journeys. But is it really profitable when travelling from Oxford to Plymouth? Use your calculator, considering:
A = the cost of the railcard (i.e.: £30)
B = average price cut with the railcard (i.e.: 34%)
C = average cost for a Oxford Plymouth ticket (i.e.: £49.50)(1)
The first step is to divide A by B: this will give you the budget from which the card will be efficient. You can now divide that number by C. It will give you the approximate number of journeys needed across the year to be profitable.
In our example, A/B = £30/34% = £88.00. Then, 88/£49.50 = 1.78. Your railcard will be profitable if you're doing around 2 trips from Oxford to Plymouth (one way trip).
What is the cost of a railcard?
All railcards cost £30 except the Disabled persons railcard for which you will pay £20. Railcards give you 34% off most rail fares, thus you will save 1/3 on most train fares.
(1)Average prices observed over the last 6 months for one way journey
|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|
|Oxford to Plymouth train||£49.50||£33.00||£16.50||1.78|
(1)Average price observed over the last 6 months for one way
(2)Price calculated with an average reduction of 34% on train tickets fare
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