Can I use my 60+ Oyster card before 9.30 on buses?
The 60+ Oystercard allows Londoners to travel for free on TfL services from 09:00 weekdays, as well as anytime on weekends and bank holidays.
What happens when my 60+ Oyster card expires?
When your 60+ London Oyster photocard expires you may be eligible for a Freedom Pass. ... Once they've received confirmation and you meet the criteria for a Freedom Pass, London Councils will send you a Freedom Pass. You don't need to apply or provide a new photo.
What is the difference between 60+ Oyster and Freedom Pass?
New 60+ London Oyster photocard will give free travel on all TfL services from 1 November. ... However, unlike the Freedom Pass, 60+ Oystercard holders will not be able to use their card to travel free of charge on local bus services in other parts of the country.
Is there an annual fee for 60+ Oyster card?
1. If you applied for a 60+ Oyster photocard on or after 1 August 2019, you will need to provide proof of your current London borough address annually. 2. You must pay a non-refundable fee of £10 each year for us to verify your current London borough address.
Do I have to renew my 60+ Oyster card?
Transition to an Older Person's Freedom pass
Once you reach the State Pension Age, the 60+ Oystercard is no longer valid and you will need to obtain the Older Person's Freedom Pass (OPFP).
Is TfL free for over 60s?
You can travel free on TfL services with your Older Person's Freedom Pass from 09:00 weekdays and anytime at weekends and on bank holidays. If you have a Disabled Person's Freedom Pass, you can still travel at any time on our services.
How do I email TfL?
Email your query via: https://tfl.gov.uk/help-and-contact/ If you need urgent assistance from Transport for London, you can also call the 24-hour travel information helpline 0343 222 1234 (service and network charges may apply)
How do I contact TfL customer services?
- UK: 0343 222 2222 (TfL call charges)
- International: +44 (0)343 222 2222.
- Textphone: 020 7649 9123 (if you have impaired hearing)