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No - there is no way a commuter train such as this can get fully booked. There is no mechanism to stop the sa...
One £6 fare will take you all the way to Euston
An alternative to Oyster is a contactless credit or debit card.
No, you can't claim - the scheme only applies to goods that you take with you when you leave, not services.
Maybe the 'no commission' refers to currency exchange, not VAT refund.
If you are attending a training course I'm not sure you count as a tourist anyway - as others have said check with the authorities
In a word - no
You can reclaim it on goods bought from a participating retailer who supplies the necessary paperwork - but not on consumables like meals, hotel...
Most of them do
Anywhere in central London?
There will not be an earlier train on a Sunday than 0845.
You need to wait for cheap advance tickets to be released before booking - this should be imminent as...
The National Rail site must have just been updated - it's showing £9.10 single advance tickets on quite a few trains on 26 April