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Train from Southampton to Haywards Heath

(7 Posts)
mckenzie Sat 10-Sep-16 10:37:40

Am I right in thinking that I will need to change at Three Bridges and that there won't be a direct train?

Is it worth buying a ticket beforehand I wonder?
The train is quoting £15.30.

Anyone? TIA

Janek Sat 10-Sep-16 12:04:22

I just looked it up, it seems that you always need to change, not necessarily at three bridges. £15.30 is the walk-on off-peak fare, so there is no need to buy in advance, although if you do it will save you time when you are travelling. If you are going some time in the future, rather than today/tomorrow then you might get a cheaper advance ticket for a specific train.

LIZS Sat 10-Sep-16 12:11:59

There used to be a service via Hove which would be direct.

LIZS Sat 10-Sep-16 12:12:06

There used to be a service via Hove which would be direct.

mckenzie Sat 10-Sep-16 17:41:23

Thank you. Off to check again smile

imsorryiasked Sat 10-Sep-16 17:47:10

Try Southampton to Brighton, then Brighton to Haywards Heath.

mckenzie Sun 11-Sep-16 09:04:33

I've found a direct train! Happy days!

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