- Do Oyster cards expire?
- What happens if not enough money on Oyster card?
- Is there a time limit on Oyster cards?
- Can I get a free Oyster card?
- How do I transfer money from old oyster to new?
- How do I get my 5 Oyster card deposit back?
- How much does it cost to get an Oyster card?
- How much money is on unused Oyster cards?
- Can I use my bank card as an oyster?
- Can you sell Oyster cards back?
- Can I get a refund on my monthly Oyster card?
- Can I get a refund on my travel card?
Do Oyster cards expire?
Yes, Visitor Oyster cards never expire.
You can top up your pay as you go credit at any Tube station ticket office or machine, Oyster Ticket Stops, Travel Information Centres and some National Rail stations.
Can I get a refund of any unused credit at the end of my trip to the UK?.
What happens if not enough money on Oyster card?
If you don’t have enough credit on your Oyster card to pay the £1.50 fare or your Bus & Tram Pass or Travelcard has just expired, you can make one more journey on a bus.
Is there a time limit on Oyster cards?
If you use an Oyster card, you get a daily cap and can travel as much as you like in one day across all our transport services. You also get a weekly cap for bus and tram journeys only, so you can travel as much as you like in one week. Oyster cards aren’t accepted on TfL Rail between Reading and Iver.
Can I get a free Oyster card?
A 60+ London Oyster photocard allows you to travel free on public transport in London from the age of 60 until you qualify for a Freedom Pass. To be eligible for a 60+ London Oyster photocard, you must: Live in a London borough. Be aged 60 or over.
How do I transfer money from old oyster to new?
Transfer your credit or ticket to a new cardGet a new Oyster card.Make at least one journey with it.Wait 24 hours.Sign in to your account, or create an account.Go to ‘Report card lost, stolen or failed’Select ‘Transfer my products to another Oyster card’ and follow the instructions.
How do I get my 5 Oyster card deposit back?
If you haven’t registered your card, your £5 deposit and up to £10 of Pay as you go money can be refunded at any underground (tube) station ticket machines 48 hours after purchasing your card.
How much does it cost to get an Oyster card?
A Visitor Oyster card costs £5 (plus postage) and is pre-loaded with pay as you go credit for you to spend on travel. You can choose how much credit to add to your card: £10, £15, £20, £25, £30, £35, £40 or £50.
How much money is on unused Oyster cards?
It’s really that much? Yes, more than £399m of customers’ cash is sitting in accounts managed by the group treasury for TfL, and is being used to “improve the transport network”. More than half – £202.8m – is made up of the £5 Oyster card deposit; the rest constitutes unused pay-as-you-go balances.
Can I use my bank card as an oyster?
You no longer need a paper ticket or Oyster card to travel on the capital’s underground, trams, DLR and overground trains. As of today, you can board buses and tube trains in London by simply swiping your credit or debit card.
Can you sell Oyster cards back?
Just touch your Oyster on the yellow card reader, select ‘Oyster refund’ and follow the instructions. The ticket machine will dispense a refund in cash.
Can I get a refund on my monthly Oyster card?
You can apply for a refund if bought your season ticket from us, and there is at least: … 7 days remaining on a Monthly ticket. 3 days remaining on a 7 Day ticket – in some cases if you have used your 7 Day ticket for just 3 days, there may be no refund due.
Can I get a refund on my travel card?
Annual Travelcards must have had at least six weeks of validity remaining, and monthly cards seven days, as of the last day you travelled. You can also get a refund of any outstanding pay-as-you-go credit on your Oyster. When is the deadline to get a Travelcard refund?