You can buy a single ticket (one way) for any train journey. Prices start from around £2.00 for short journeys, and range up to £13.50 for longer off-peak journeys in Devon.
If you are coming back the same day, it’s cheaper to buy a cheap day return ticket. Cheap day returns are normally available after 0900 Monday to Friday and at any time during weekends for most journeys in Devon.
If you are travelling together as a family or a group, a groupsave ticket allows groups of 3 to 9 people travelling together to a 1/3 discount when using First Great Western services.
Prices will vary depending on how far you travel and when you travel. Tickets can be purchased from staffed stations, from the ticket machine or conductor on the train when boarding at an unstaffed station, or in advance online. You should buy a ticket before boarding the train wherever possible. Please note ticket prices are up to date as of June 2017 but may be subject to change.
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- Cheap Day Return
Entitles passenger to: Groups of 3 to 9 people travelling together are entitled to a 1/3 discount on standard fares when using First Great Western services. Where to buy: Ticket office or conductor (at an unstaffed station) Price: Variable
Devon Day Ranger
Entitles passenger to: Unlimited travel on trains in Devon, and to Gunnislake on the Tamar Valley line after 0900 Monday – Friday and at any time at weekends Where to buy: Ticket office or conductor (at an unstaffed station) Valid for: Price Adult £13.50 National Rail – Devon Day Ranger
Devon and Cornwall Railcard
Entitles passenger to: Only available for Devon and Cornwall residents. One third off off-peak Single, Cheap Day Return and Day Ranger fares within the two counties Where to buy:
you will need to pick up an application form from a staffed station.
Valid for Price Adult £12.00 for one year full details
Freedom Of Devon and Cornwall Rover
Entitles passenger to: Unlimited off-peak travel on all rail services in Devon and Cornwall (as far as Axminster and Tiverton Parkway) for either any 3 days within a 7 day period, or any 8 days in a 15 day period. With both tickets, the days don’t have to be consecutive and the passenger selects which days to travel. Where to buy: Ticket office Valid for Price 3 in 7 Adult £54.00 3 in 7 Child £27.00 8 in 15 Adult £87.00 8 in 15 Child £43.50
Freedom Of South West Rover
Entitles passenger to: The freedom of most rail services in the South West of England as far afield as Cardiff, Worcester, Swindon and Southampton. Both tickets give unlimited off-peak travel for either 3 days within a 7 day period, or any 8 days in a 15 day period. With both tickets, the days don’t have to be consecutive and the passenger selects which days to travel. Where to buy: Ticket office Valid for Price 3 in 7 Adult £109.00 3 in 7 Child £54.50 8 in 15 Adult £152.50 8 in 15 Child £76.25
Entitles passenger to: If you are making a train journey and then need to catch a bus to your destination you may be able to buy a PLUSBUS ticket. This adds bus travel in a defined area on to your train ticket. PLUSBUS is available at Exeter, Newton Abbot and Torbay, Barnstaple and Plymouth. Where to buy: PlusBus Price: Variable
Entitles passenger to: If you are going to use the train regularly to travel to work, or college, it may be cheaper to buy a season ticket. These are available for periods from one week up to an annual ticket and are available for any journey. Where to buy: National Rail – season tickets Price: Variable
For information on railcards visit Railcards.