Travelcards are valid on all buses that display this sign.
Travelcards which are valid in Zones 3, 4, 5 or 6 can be used on all tram services.
You can buy Travelcards on Oyster, for travel across Zones 1-9.
You should check that your Travelcard is valid for all the zones you travel through. Some journeys are defined as requiring travel via Zone 1, no matter which actual route you take.
If your Travelcard does not cover your whole journey, you will be charged an extension fare which is taken from your pay as you go balance. If your balance is negative, you may need to top up your Oyster card before you travel again, even if you have a valid Travelcard.
Travelcards on Oyster can be used on most National Rail services in Zones 1-9 and outside London to Watford Junction, Broxbourne, Hertford East, Ware, St Margarets, Rye House and Shenfield.
They are not valid on:
Some Travelcards from other stations outside London are available as paper tickets from National Rail and some London Overground and TfL Rail stations.
You can get discounted fares on the Emirates Air Line cable car with a Travelcard.
You can get a third off the normal Riverboat fare on some services.
Travelcards are available for:
Day Travelcards are issued as paper tickets and allow unlimited travel in a single day within the zones it is valid for.
Depending on the time of day of travel, different types of Day Travelcard are available:
Day Travelcards aren't available on Oyster. However, daily capping is better value than buying a Day Travelcard. Find out more about daily capping.
On Friday and Saturday nights between 00:00 and 04:30, when Night Tube services run, ticket machines will not sell Day Travelcards.
You can also buy Day Travelcards in advance from the Visitor Shop.
Travelcard season tickets are available for 7 days, one month or for any longer period up to one year. They:
Are generally issued on Oyster cards except when bought from a National Rail station
Annual Travelcards come with a Gold Card which gives you additional discounts and benefits.