Use the journey planner below to book moneysaving split London Bridge train tickets the same way you would ordinarily book your train tickets online.
When you split your train ticket you still travel on the same London Bridge train, at the same time and most probably in the same seat - just for a lot less money!
The only difference is that in place of just booking you the more expensive through train ticket our system will first determine if cheaper split ticket options exist for your London Bridge train, at the times you have selected, and then offer you the cheaper train tickets. Click Here to book split train tickets on London Bridge trains.
Split Your London Bridge Train Ticket
Splitting your London Bridge Train Tickets is when, instead of just one more expensive through ticket to or from London Bridge, you purchase separate tickets for two or more sectors of the London Bridge rail route you wish to travel without affecting your travel options in any way.
For example, if you wanted to travel from London Bridge to Maesteg, you would expect to buy a ticket direct from London Bridge to Maesteg. However, you may find it a lot cheaper to buy a ticket from London Bridge to Morecambe, and another from Morecambe to New Eltham and still another from New Eltham to Maesteg for a much cheaper combined train ticket price. This is especially true when not all sectors of your London Bridge journey are during peak time.
So, by buying several tickets that in combination make up the whole of your London Bridge rail route, you could massively reduce your travel cost.
Use the splittickets.com journey planner above to automatically do the hard work for you by searching the entire National Rail fares database for every possible permutation of travel to identify the best of any available split ticketing options for your London Bridge train route, and at the times that you select.
Split London Bridge Train Tickets Are Legal
Split ticketing on London Bridge trains is allowed, is perfectly legal and can save you a lot of money. The National Conditions of Travel clearly state that you may use more than one ticket to complete your London Bridge train journey provided that "the train you are in calls at each station where you change from one ticket to another". You also do not have to leave the train and get back on it in between the start and end of your journey to or from London Bridge.
Splittickets.com is a free service aimed at helping the general public lawfully pay less for London Bridge rail journeys. We do however charge a nominal percentage of any additional savings we find you from splitting your London Bridge train ticket. For example, if our service finds you additional savings totaling £46.00 by splitting your London Bridge train ticket we will charge you a service fee of £6.90, you will however then still pay £39.10 less than you otherwise could have for your London Bridge train ticket without using our service. If we cannot find you any split train ticket savings we will not charge you any fee.