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Where to buy a 1-day London Travel Card

We are staying near the South Kensington Tube station and want to buy 1-day TravelCards.
Are they sold in all tube stations, only some, or somewhere else?

Need response in next 2-3 days :)

Posted by
8889 posts

Sold at all tube stations.
But, how are you getting to your hotel? Presumably you will already have experienced the tube getting there.

Posted by
101 posts

Using car service to get to B&B.
Have reservation with Just Airport

Wife doesn't want to lug travel bag on underground.
When my wife is happy, I am happy.
Something I learned over than past 52 years :)

Posted by
5377 posts

1 day travelcards are an expensive option of paying these days. Why do you want them rather than using Oyster pay as you go.

Posted by
101 posts

Due to other activities for our shot stay in London, we will need underground/bus transportation only one day. Oyster cards cost 5 GBP to buy and 2 GBP to activate then you add (for example) 10 GBP = 18 GBP. A one-day pass is 12.10 GBP. For us the 1-day pass is a bargain.

Responding to Chris: To get to our South Kensington B&B from Heathrow, we are going to use the Just Airports car service for cash payment o 36 GBP