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Just make contact with a member of staff to have the Young Persons Discount loaded onto the Oyster.- Visitor or Travel Information Centres (Gatwick & Heathrow Airports, Liverpool Street, Euston, Paddington and Kings Cross Railway Stations and Piccadilly Circus Underground Station) - Victoria Station National Railways Ticket office - TFL Rail station ticket offices To get the Young Visitor discount: - You and your child must be together at the ticket office when asking for it to be set- One adult can get the Young Visitor discount set for up to four children The Oyster ID Card is no real problem if you are a London resident with a young child.Most visitors do not use train services run by the national rail companies as they are essentially commuter services from the suburbs.Nearly all are south of the river run by South West Trains, Southern Trains, South East Trains and Thameslink.If you still don't understand there is an opportunity to discuss at the foot of the page.At one extreme your child may travel free everywhere, at the other end of the spectrum if unprepared you may end up paying adult fares – so its worthwhile making sure you understand the subject.
(Ah yes, the Photocard we'll come back to these further down the page.) On trains in the London area run by the national railways children between 5 and 15 need a child ticket.
It is very similar to 11-15 Oyster Photocards, but you cannot use it to buy 1 Day Travelcards.
For short term visitors, for most it is not a realistic option because of the expense and time required to obtain an Oyster ID Card - you'll just have to accept your child is an adult whilst in the UK.
Children under five can travel free at any time on all public transport without a ticket as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket.
Under-11's can travel free at any time on London's buses and trams without a ticket.