Weekly and Monthly Travelcards are available for zones excluding zone 1 (central London). So if you’re working, studying or visiting relatives in the suburbs of London, you don’t need a Travelcard including zone 1 unless you travel through zone 1 to reach your destination or enter or exit a station in zone 1.
Travelcards excluding zone 1 are cheaper and for occasional visits to the centre, you can top up your Oyster card with some Pay as you go money to pay the difference between the zones your Travelcard covers and zone 1.
Travelcard prices increased on 2 January 2018
Top Tip: A Travelcard for any zone entitles you to travel by bus all over London, including central London (zone 1).
- See where to buy a Travelcard
- See London transport zones to find the zones you need
- See Travelcard fares including zone 1
Zone 2 and Zone 2–3,4,5 or 6 Travelcards 2018
Zone 3 and Zone 3–4,5 or 6 Travelcards 2018
Zone 4 and Zone 4–5 or 6 Travelcards 2018
Zone 5 and Zone 5–6 Travelcards 2018
Zone 6 Travelcards 2018
- One day and weekly Travelcards including zone 1
- Guide to London’s transport tickets
- London transport zones
Last updated: 2 January 2018