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Everything London #11 – How to get tube, DLR or Overground refunds

Well we all know the Transport for London doesn’t do such a great job and many of us have experienced tube delays or the chaos during peak hours etc. I honestly have no idea how they are going to cope with the over capacity when it is time for the London 2012 Olympics. But as much as we are frustrated by the efficient and quality service they provide, we still have to use it unless you go on strike and vow to only walk or cycle.

So here is a chance to get back something from them. If your journey is ever delayed for more than 15 minutes due to signal failure or whatever other issues the tube is always seemed to be having, you can claim refunds from their website. This applies to all tube, DLR or overground travels but unfortunately not on bus trips. You will be refunded for the cost of a single journey on a Oyster pay as you go.

***Photography by journeyexplorer

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