London-Luton Train Rail

 


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You can get to Central London from Luton Airport, or from London to Luton, via Train, Coach / Bus or Taxi. You can also go from Luton to London Victoria by Coach / Bus or Hire a car.
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CLICK HERE to Check train timetables or ORDER and BUY your London to Luton Airport Train Ticket(s)
The London train (final destination Brighton) goes direct to St. Pancreas International Station, London Blackfriars, London Bridge, East Croydon, Gatwick Airport and then on to Brighton. There is one every 15 minutes during the week and half hourly on weekends.
You will need to take the Shuttle bus from London Luton Airport to the Luton Parkway Train Station, which you have to pay for, so make sure your ticket starts from the Airport and not the train station. There is a train ticket desk in the main Airport Terminal as well as self service ticket machines in the baggage reclaim area for inbound customers. This is also for passengers who have purchased online to collect their tickets (QuickTickets).

eticket How do I retrieve my Print at Home e-tickets?
How do I retrieve my Print at Home e-tickets?
Your Print at Home e-tickets are included as an attachment to your email confirmation. They can also be found on your invoice and in your Rail Europe account if you have created such an account.

What do I need to print out my Print at Home e-ticket?
Your Print at Home e-ticket is a PDF and will require a printer and Adobe reader to access the file.

What else will I need?
Nothing else is necessary to travel with your Print at Home e-ticket. Just bring your e-ticket print -out to the station and board the train and show to the conductor.

What happens if I lose or damage my printed e-ticket? Can I print it again?
Yes. This can be done in two ways.

1. You can reprint your e-ticket using the confirmation email sent to you.
2. If you have registered for an online account, you can reprint the e-ticket by logging in and reviewing your most recent order.

I deleted the email with the link to print my Print at Home e-ticket. What should I do?If you registered for an online account, simply log in and review your most recent order. The link to reprint your e-ticket is available on this page.

How will I get my British train ticket at the Station / e-tickets at the train station?
Proceed to the self service kiosk
Insert and remove any card with a magnetic strip (Note: this simply activates the kiosk. You don’t need to use a credit card.)
Enter your e-ticket # or PNR (which is an 8-digit number and letter combination unique to your trip, and is included in the email confirmation you receive from Rail Europe).
Follow the simple instructions.
How do I know what my British Print at the Station e-ticket # (PNR) is?
Your e-ticket # or PNR, is an 8-digit number and letter combination unique to your trip, and is included in the email confirmation you receive from Rail Europe.

What do I need in order to collect my UK Print at the Station e-ticket? All you’ll need is your e-ticket # or PNR, which is an 8-digit number and letter combination unique to your trip, and is included in the email confirmation you receive from Rail Europe. And you’ll need any card with a magnetic strip. (Note: this simply activates the kiosk. You don’t need to use a credit card.)

Please note: there may be multiple e-ticket # for your itinerary. If you have a roundtrip ticket, issue both the outbound and return trip at the same time.

Important:
Arrive at the station at least 20 minutes prior to your departure time to print your ticket(s) and board your train.
British Print at Station e-ticket #’s may be referred to as “FastTicket” numbers at the self service kiosks.
Most British train stations have self service kiosks; please view the complete list of stations that offer these “FastTicket” kiosks. If your departure station is not listed, please assure you visit an alternate station to print your ticket.
If you have any difficulty retrieving your tickets you should first try another self-service kiosk or go to the ticket window.

If you are still having difficulty, please call 0871 521 9843 (Monday-Friday, 7:00am to 8:00pm British time and Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays (excluding Christmas Day) 8:00am -6:00pm British time) for local assistance.




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