Please check here for some of our frequently asked questions about refunds.
Log into Your Account, click on “Apply for a Refund” and follow the instructions.
If you are in possession of the tickets for which you require a refund, you must return these with the completed form.
Your refund will not be processed until we are in receipt of the tickets. We advise you to send your tickets back via guaranteed delivery service, such as Royal Mail Special Delivery, or get proof of postage (available at any Post Office, free of charge) as we cannot be held liable for any tickets lost in transit to us.
We regret that the postage and packaging costs cannot be refunded.
From receipt it will take up to 28 working days to process your refund and it may take a further 5 days for this credit to appear on your statement, we will charge a £10 management fee for processing refunds.
If you selected the Self-service ticket option and have not collected your tickets, we will process the claim without you having to collect the tickets as we do not store card details you are required to contact us within 28 days of your refund claim to provide your 16 digit card number failing to do so with discard your refund request and funds will not be returned.
The amount of refund that you are due will depend on the ticket purchased and the terms and conditions of that ticket.
For further refund information please review the below FAQs to ensure you fullfill all requirements to get your refund.
To be eligible for a refund due to a disruption or cancellation you will be required to collect confirmation from the relevant TOC (Train Operating Company) that operated your particular service at the time of the disruption/cancellation.
It is your responsibility to contact the TOC to request written confirmation.
Once you have received the written confirmation from the TOC you should send this along with the tickets to the address below:
PO Box 6136
You have 28 days after the ticket expiry date to provide us with your tickets and confirmation to be eligible for a refund.
Refunds must be claimed within 28 days of the ticket’s expiry date. The expiry date depends on the terms and conditions of the ticket you have purchased.To check the terms and conditions of your ticket, log into Your Account and click on the ticket for which you require a refund. The conditions relating to that ticket will be displayed.
You can cancel your tickets before you receive them in the post. Log into Your Account, click on 'Apply for a refund' and follow the instructions. If you selected the Fast ticket option and have not collected your tickets, we will process the claim without you having to collect the tickets. Please note: In both cases we require a fully completed Refund Form. If you elected to have your tickets posted to you, you will be asked to return the tickets once you receive them. Your refund will not be processed until we are in receipt of the tickets.The amount of refund that you are due will depend on the ticket purchased and the terms and conditions of that ticket. This information is available in ' Your Account ' under 'Check your order status'.
Log into Your Account and click on the ticket for which you require a refund. The conditions relating to that ticket will be displayed. Ticket conditions can be viewed at anytime during the booking process.
Once your refund has been processed we will send you an email to confirm the amount credited to your bank account. NB: From receipt of the confirmation email it may take a further 5 days for this credit to appear on your statement.
We process all refund requests within 28 days from either receipt of your tickets (for tickets posted), or from submitting your refund claim online (for tickets collected at the station). Once a refund has been processed it can take a further 5 days for the credit to appear on your statement. If your card statement is due within the next few days you may not see the credit until the following month’s statement. In this case you can check whether the money has been credited to your account by contacting your card issuer.
No. The Railcard terms and conditions state that you must carry it with you at all times if travelling with a Railcard-discounted ticket. If you do not have the Railcard with you at the time your ticket is inspected you will be liable to pay the difference between the price paid for your ticket and the full undiscounted fare. You will not be entitled to a refund of this charge even if you can provide a copy of the Railcard at a later date.
If you travel on a train service that is delayed by more than a certain time for which the Train Operator or Network Rail is responsible, please contact Passenger's Charter.
If you appear to have been charged twice for one set of tickets please call Web Support on 0800 377 7748 (free phone)
If you only booked one set of tickets and you have received two, please check your bookings in Your Account under "Check your order status". If a duplicate booking has been made, log into Your Account, click on "Apply for a Refund" and follow the instructions.
If your train is cancelled prior to travel and no other form of transport has been provided you may be entitled to a full refund.
Providing confirmation from the TOC ( Train Operating Company ) .
You will be required to provided redspottedhanky.com with evidence of the cancellation to be eligible for a refund.
To claim your refund please send the evidence via recorded delivery to
PO Box 6136
or alternatively you can send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your journey is abandoned prior or during travelling due to adverse weather conditions you may be eligible for compensation.
Please contact the relevant Train Operator to apply for compensation.
The Train Operating company may provide compensation for unforeseen delays to your journey. To apply for compensation please contact the relevant Train Operator.
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