Save on Your Train Tickets to London with Split Ticketing

Get cheap tickets to London by splitting your ticket.

Split ticketing involves splitting your fare into multiple tickets to cover separate parts of the journey whilst traveling on exactly the same train.

Use our ticket search to find hidden split ticket fares. The average saving for these is 30% but you could save up to 70%!

On top of that you’ll pay NO booking or card fees when booking with us. We just take a small percentage of the saving.


Journey to any of these stations when buying cheap train tickets to London:

London Blackfriars

London Bridge

London Cannon Street

London Charing Cross

London Euston

London Fenchurch Street

London Fields

London International

London Kings Cross

London Liverpool Street

London Marylebone

London Paddington

London St Pancras (Domestic)

London St Pancras (Intl)

London Victoria

London Waterloo

London Waterloo East


Examples of the savings that can be made when buying cheap train tickets to London with SplitMyFare:

Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston

Standard Fare: £148

SplitMyFare: £109.50

By splitting with us you can make a massive saving of £38.50


Birmingham New Street to London Euston

Standard Fare: £79

SplitMyFare: £67.60

By splitting with us you can make a massive saving of £11.40


Newcastle to London Kings Cross

Standard Fare: £116.20

SplitMyFare: £98.50

By splitting with us you can make a massive saving of £17.70



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"When a man is tired of London he is tired of life, for there is in London all that life can afford.” Samuel Johnson


Why Visit London by Rail?

We'll tell you where to split your ticket to London in order to make big savings and provide an easy way to buy your ticket. You'll split your journey into separate tickets but travel on exactly the same train.

Tell us which station you want to go to and in no time you could be having fun in the hustle and bustle of the Capital with Prince Charles and Boris Johnson (Well you never know). You might want to take in a match at The Emirates, visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace or pretend you've met a celebrity at Madame Tussauds. London is a great destination for those looking to see the sights and go to some of the UK's best attractions; it's also a very popular place to travel on business.

We recommend taking a walk through St. James's Park or having a great night out at the Haymarket Theatre Royal.

Train Fact: While there is no platform 9¾ at London King's Cross, there is a platform 8.241 at London Waterloo; you have to run through it backwards yelling Waterloo.

Topping the list with over 65 million visitors in 2015 and home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, England’s capital is definitely a city worth visiting. Though it is one of the world’s premier financial centres, London is not just all about work and money. The city is a melting pot of different cultures and has many attractions for tourists.

It might be quite overwhelming to choose how to go around London if you're visiting as a tourist; there's the Underground, Overground, bus system, river services and even bicycles for rent. If you're coming from a nearby city, then bringing your car may not be a good idea as central London traffic is often congested. The good news is the public transport system is so vast that it connects you to almost every corner of the city.

For those who love history and royalty, the Tower of London is a good starting point. This castle originally served as a residence for the Royals before becoming a prison. You can reach the tower by taking the Underground and getting off at the Tower Hill Station, or at the Fenchurch Street station if you opt for the Overground. From here, you can do a short walk to one of London's most famous landmarks, the Tower Bridge. On the south bank of the Thames River, just across the bridge, you'll find the London Eye near Waterloo station. It is probably the best way to get an incredible view of this city.

A visit to London would not be complete without seeing Big Ben. Though it is currently closed for renovation until 2021, it is still a must-see landmark during your trip. Located near the Palace of Westminster and Houses of Parliament, the clock tower housing the Great Bell is hard to miss. Buckingham Palace is also a great choice and an excellent photo opportunity. The Queen's residence is just a 5-10 minute walk from the Green Park station. Other popular attractions include the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew and Maritime Greenwich.

How to find the cheapest train tickets to London

If you’re looking for cheap train tickets to London there are may ways to save money so you can explore London. It may be that you’re getting a train to London for a weekend with friends or with work, whatever the reason our journey planner will help you in getting the cheapest available tickets for your trip. Using the journey planner, you can save money travelling to London and use that in the shops or at a restaurant.

Some of the biggest savings can be had by searching for split tickets as described above. Another way to save money on train tickets to London is by buying an Advance ticket. Advance tickets are usually available from 12 weeks before the date of travel, so it is generally the case that the earlier you book your ticket within this timeframe the cheaper it will be. So if you’re coming to London to catch a flight or for some sightseeing, look out for the advance ticket type when you search for your ticket. The longer you wait to buy your ticket the more the price can go up so try to book as quick as you’re able, advance tickets are not normally available on the day of travel, so try not to book on the day.

You can save even more on your train tickets by using a railcard for your journey to London. If you’re a regular traveller this is particular useful as buying an eligible railcard can save you 1/3 off the price of all of your future tickets.