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Oyster card, Oyster photocard and paper ticket queries, complaints or suggestions Message On Facebook or Twitter Textphone 0800 112 3456 Write Send a …

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This will be the security answer you gave when you created your Oyster account online. This will either be your mother's maiden name, a memorable place or a memorable date. This will help us handle your enquiry more quickly. If you do not have an Oyster card or your card is not registered, please enter 'n/a' in this field.

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343 222 1234

If you need urgent assistance from Transport for London, you can also call the 24-hour travel information helpline 0343 222 1234 (service and network charges may …

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Contact us about the TfL Oyster app. Get in touch about the TfL Oyster app using the form below. We aim to reply within 10 working days. Note: If your enquiry or feedback is relating to one of our services or ticketing schemes, please use the relevant form on our Help and Contact page. All fields are required unless they're marked as optional.

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Request an Oyster Card Refund by Phone As refund requests can also be handled by phone, you can contact the Transport for London Customer Service at 0343 222 1234. Their operating hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week. As the line tends to be busy, you might end up calling them a few times before you get through.

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If you are unable to apply online, you can apply over the phone. You will need: To call 0343 222 1234 Have either your passport or driving licence to hand. You will be asked for the number to verify your identity and age. If you don’t give your passport or driving licence number over the phone you will also be sent a verification letter.

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The Oyster Card is an electronic travelcard designed to facilitate journeys across London on the extensive transport network. The Oyster Card will come pre-charged with a credit value respective to your London Pass® duration and can be used at …

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Contactless and Oyster account Sign in. Top up online, see your journey and payment history and apply for refunds

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Create an account Get an Oyster card Lost or stolen card Oyster pay as you go Photocards Oyster help Unexpected error Sorry, an unexpected error means we were unable to process …

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Problem The Oyster card is very useful to me for traveling around London. This year I reused the one from last year and needed an account statement for travel refunds. So I tried to register my card. I got stuck at various places, it didn’t like my phone number nor my Zip code (being in a different format). Searching around, I find that it’s simply impossible to …

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Contactless. 7 day journey & payment history. Oyster cards. Get an Oyster card Lost or stolen card What is Oyster? Photocards Oyster help. Create an account.

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343 222 1234

The telephone number is 0343 222 1234 and all calls will be charged at a local rate – which is often free on many tariffs. Alternatively, TfL’s online tools allow customers to …

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0343 222 1234 The details of the services and contact details we hold are listed below Select the Service and View available Phone Menu details. You may also click to the Company Website and Contact Us pages, See/Add Facebook feedback comments. Please Report an Error if you find one and Rate the Service. We value your feedback. Save Up To

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Contact us - Tube, Rail, Overground, DLR, Trams, stations To tell us about an urgent safety matter, call 0343 222 1234 (call charges may apply) or …

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Get in touch with TfL by filling in this online form – include your contact details and your Oyster card number. TfL aims to reply within 10 working days. By phone. To apply over the phone, call TfL customer services on 0343 222 1234 (which costs the same as a normal 020 number) with your Oyster card number. It's open 8am-8pm, seven days a week.

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12. You must include your enrolment number and your course start and end dates in your application. 13. An 18+ Student Oyster photocard will only be issued on submission of a correctly completed online application, a suitable photograph, payment of the non-refundable administration fee and positive approval by your education establishment. 14.

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No longer is an Oyster Card needed to ride the London Underground – instead, commuters can simply tap their contactless credit card or now even their payment-enabled smartphone at the barriers to hop on board. That's thanks to the launch of Apple Pay in Australia for iPhone users and Android NFC payment apps for both Commonwealth Bank and …

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Apply for a 60+ Oyster pass on the TFL website Using the pass. The pass allows free travel on buses, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London. Pass holders also get a discounted fare on River services and the Emirates Air Line. 60+ Oyster pass holders are not entitled to free travel on services outside of London.

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To register your Oyster card you will need to go to one of the following: • A Tube, London Overground or one of the National Rail station ticket offices that issue Oyster cards • An Oyster Ticket Shop • Calling the Oyster Phone Number • London Travel Information Cerntres

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22 Jul 2008. Details of an Oyster Card hack, which enabled a group of scientists to ride free on the London Underground can be released to the public, a …

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Using contactless cards instead of an Oyster to pay your travel fare has been possible on London buses for almost two years. From today, contactless card and NFC payments will also work on the

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If you have not yet provided us with a security question and answer, and you have not used the Oyster card to travel in the last 8 weeks you will be unable to create an account. Please make a journey using the Oyster card and try again the next day. For further assistance, please contact TfL Customer Services on 0343 222 1234 (8am - 8pm).

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On your Oyster online account select the link to add an existing card and enter the 12-digit card number plus the security answer. I’ve just done this with my eldest’s new 16+ card so I hope the process is the same for the 11-15.

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HELLO,This video is for information to how to apply for the student oyster card online. how to apply for student oyster card link : https://photocard.tfl.go

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They don’t need an Oyster Card or any other travelling card. Children aged 11 to 15 must get a specific Oyster Card and will travel free on buses and trams and pay £ 0.70 (US$ 0.90) (Peak) or £ 0.65 (US$ 0.90) (Off Peak) when travelling on the Tube in zones 1-6. Fares of Unlimited use

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Choose a card from the list, or search by location or card name. Tap Continue. Tap Transfer Existing Card. Enter your card number and other required information. 3; Place your travel card on a flat surface and rest the top of your iPhone on the card until you see Card Added on the screen. This process could take a few minutes to complete.

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Contact Transport for London (TFL) customer services by phoning their UK helpline number 0343 222 1234 to apply for an Oyster card, for updated bus timetables and to TfL announces start date for over 60s Oyster card. The mayor’s office MUST keep us updated I find that I cannot apply for an over 60 oyster card because I

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Answer (1 of 8): London Oyester card works on the near field communication or NFC [1] technology. You need to bring the card near the reader or tap on the reader so that it reads the card. If you have a phone cover, a leather one holding the card, and tap thd holder with card on reader then it ge

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Visitor Oyster cards work in exactly the same way as regular blue Oyster cards, and if it wasn’t for the picture on the front then you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.. 1) The main difference is that Visitor Oyster cards come pre-loaded with some credit, to save you the hassle of having to load it on yourself when you arrive. You can choose how much credit you get when you buy it

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If you need help, call us on 0343 222 1234 (08:00-20:00, 7 days a week). Is there a fee for getting a replacement photocard online? There is a fee of £10.00 for all replacement Oyster photocards. You can pay this online by credit/debit card or you can print a verification letter and pay at the Post Office. The card I want to order is not the

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If you gave us your mobile number, we will text you when we have posted your photocard. Contact us if you have not received it within two weeks of applying. 24. When an application is received for a new photocard or to replace a lost, stolen, damaged or failed card, or to update a photo, any existing photocard will stop working on or shortly

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The 18+ Oyster entitles you to 30% off travelcards and Bus and Tram season tickets. It is available to full-time King’s students living in the Greater London area, and you apply online using the TFL website at a cost of £20. You’ll simply need your course dates, the student number on your ID card, as well as a photo and your email.

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‘Transport for London (TfL) provides customers with a variety of ways to get in contact. If a customer prefers to speak to an advisor, TfL has a telephone line available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The telephone number is 0343 222 1234 and all calls will be charged at a local rate – which is often free on many tariffs.

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Just log into your Oyster account, choose the card balance you want to free up and hit the refund button. You should be able to get the balance pumped directly back into your bank account. Other options include applying via post, emailing TfL using their form here or hopping on the phone by calling 0343 222 1234 with your Oyster card in hand.

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Thameslink Railway is a trading name of Govia Thameslink Railway Ltd. Registered in England under number: 07934306. Registered office: 3rd Floor, 41-51 Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6EE. Govia Thameslink Railway Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Govia Ltd.

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A range of travel products, including pay-as-you-go, weekly, monthly or annual travel, can be bought using the app and then added to customers' Oyster cards after 30 minutes by simply touching the

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The Oyster card is a payment method for public transport in London (and certain areas around it) in the United Kingdom. A standard Oyster card is a blue credit-card-sized stored-value contactless smart card. It is promoted by Transport for London (TfL) and can be used on travel modes across London including London Underground, London Buses, the Docklands Light …

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Other free or discounted travel cards for the London, Greater Manchester or Milton Keynes area; Other eligible key worker IDs and passes; London specific . 18+ Student Oyster card; Apprentice Oyster card; 60+ London Oyster Card; Freedom pass (including Disabled Persons Freedom Pass) Veterans Oyster photocard; You can find out more about these

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The Oyster ships with a number of handy tools including a calendar, a calculator with a tip calculator, an alarm clock, and a voice memo recorder. Entertainment The phone boasts custom Virgin Mobile graphics-- screen savers, wallpaper and menu icons-- that let you dress up your phone to suit your personality.

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It turns out that over 63% of cards issued in the UK in 2016 featured the contactless technology and it’s becoming more common for people traveling on the Underground or on London buses to simply tap their contactless card for payment instead of using an Oyster card. To encourage this behaviour, you receive the same discounted rate for

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do i apply for an oyster card?

Here's how: Online. To apply online, log on to your Oyster account (or sign up free). Select the Oyster card you would like to be... By phone. To apply over the phone, call TfL customer services on 0343 222 1234 (this costs the same as a normal 020... At stations. If you have £10 or less ...

Do you have to touch in and out with oyster card?

If you use an Oyster card or contactless card on most TfL services (plus National Rail in London), you must touch in and out via the yellow card readers when you travel. If you don't, you'll be charged the maximum fare, which is usually up to £8.60.

Can i travel outside of london with a 60 oyster card?

60+ Oyster pass holders are not entitled to free travel on services outside of London. Once you become eligible for a Freedom Pass you are no longer eligible for a 60+ Oyster card. As long as you didn't opt out of TFL sharing your data with London Councils you will be sent a letter asking you to confirm your name and address.

What is the 60 oystercard and is it free?

The 60+ Oystercard provides free travel on Transport for London (TfL) services for all Londoners when they reach 60 years old. The scheme is run by Transportf for London and it bridges the gap for older Londoners since the age of eligibility for the London Council’s Freedom Pass was raised by the Government.

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