How much is a London bus fare 2024?

£1.75Hear this out loudPauseSubject to the Mayor's approval, it is proposed that the fares increase will be implemented from 5 March 2023. In summary, this change would see bus and tram single fares to increase by 10p to £1.75, and the daily bus and tram cap raised to £5.25.

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Is London bus cheaper than train?

Hear this out loudPauseBuses are also cheaper than trains, with a flat fare of £1.65 per single journey. You can take two bus journeys for the price of one if you touch in using the same card on the second journey within an hour, thanks to the “Hopper Fare”.

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How much is a 1 day Travelcard London?

Hear this out loudPauseTravelcard prices start at £15.20 for a central London 1 day Travelcard (zones 1-4). Child Travelcards prices start at £7.60 (zonnes 1-4).

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How much is a tube ride in London?

London Underground Fares 2023

Zones Travelled Single Journey Ticket Oyster / Contactless Payment Card~
Zone 1 to 4 £6.70 £3.20
Zone 1 to 5 £6.70 £3.50
Zone 1 to 6 £6.70 £3.60
Zone 2 to 6 £6.70 £3.50
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How much is a London bus?

How do you pay for a bus in London?

Hear this out loudPauseLondon buses are card only, so you cannot buy a ticket with cash. Use a Visitor Oyster card*, an Oyster card, a Travelcard or a contactless payment card to pay your fare. Unlike the Tube zone fare system, a single London bus journey costs £1.75 no matter how far you go.

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Is the bus cheaper with an Oyster card?

Hear this out loudPauseUsing Oyster Pay As You Go is usually cheaper than paying cash. However, you must touch in at the start of each journey and touch out at the end to ensure you pay the correct fare – on bus and tram you need only touch in. If you wish to know how much you will be charged for your journey, you can find single fares here.

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What is the cheapest way to travel around London for one day?

Hear this out loudPauseOyster and contactless payment cardsFor most people travelling around London, the cheapest way to get around is by using an Oyster or contactless payment card. An Oyster card is a smart card you can use instead of paper tickets, available on buses, Tubes, trams, rail, DLR and some river services.

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Is it cheaper to get an Oyster card?

Hear this out loudPauseIt's more than 50% cheaper than buying a paper Travelcard or single tickets with cash. Oyster cards have a daily price cap – once you reach this limit, you won't pay for any additional journeys (excluding Thames Clippers River Bus where there is no capping).

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How much is a 7 day pass in London?

7 day Travelcard
Adult Child (11-15)
Zones 1-3 £ 32.20 £ 16.10
Zones 1-4 £ 39.40 £ 19.70
Zones 1-6 £ 50.40 £ 25.20
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