Cost of travel in UK for a Brit

B @ 09-11-2008 10:05

Hi
I'm confused... I'm a Brit wanting to buy an interrail ticket to get from Totnes to Dover, where I'll get a ferry to France for my 3-week holiday. On one place on this website it said that travel in UK had no reduction, I'd pay 100% of the fare. In other place it said I'd get a 100% reduction and would pay 0% of the fare. Which is correct? Living in the country with the most expensive train tickets makes this an important consideration!
Many many thanks

Pete @ 09-11-2008 13:00

Hi B.

if your country of residence is the UK (and it is in your case) you pay: 100%
if your country of residence is NOT the UK, you travel: for FREE

this rule is not nice I know ... especially when living in big countries like the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, ......
Peter 🙂

p.s.: here is a topic explaining why this rule exists: https://rail.cc/en/country-of-residence/f947
and: https://rail.cc/en/how-to-interrail


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