- 1 Can I use Oyster card to Bicester Village?
- 2 How far is the train station from Bicester Village?
- 3 Is it worth visiting Bicester Village?
- 4 Is parking free at Bicester Village?
- 5 Can I use my Oyster card to get to Oxford?
- 6 Can I use my Oyster card on the Chiltern line?
- 7 Can you use Oyster card in Aylesbury?
- 8 What train line is Bicester on?
- 9 What Junction is Bicester M40?
Can I use Oyster card to Bicester Village?
Yes you can use it and sales are basically on all the months of the years.
How far is the train station from Bicester Village?
The other mainline station serving Bicester, Bicester North is approximately a mile away, taking around 20 minutes to walk. Alternatively, a shuttle service does operate between the two locations.
Is it worth visiting Bicester Village?
Bicester Village is definitely worth the trip because you will get to enjoy great discounts, especially for British luxury brands. As for non-British brands, they are also cheaper, though the discounts are not as attractive. Overall, shopping here will be cheaper than shopping in central London.
Is parking free at Bicester Village?
By Car Bicester Village is just 60 minutes from London. There are three Park & Ride locations close to the Village, which are clearly signposted from the M40. Look for ‘Bicester Village Outlet Centre’. Parking is free.
Can I use my Oyster card to get to Oxford?
Can a Visitor Oyster card or Oyster card be used in other cities like Bath, Edinburgh, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Cambridge? No, it is only eligible for travel on public transport in London.
Can I use my Oyster card on the Chiltern line?
You can use your Oyster Travelcard on our services between Amersham and London Marylebone and between West Ruislip and London Marylebone inclusive (and all intermediate stations) provided it is valid for the zones you wish to travel in/between.
Can you use Oyster card in Aylesbury?
To travel to London from these locations, you’ll need to buy a ticket on the national railway network from the railway station or online ‘to travel to the capital. The Oyster card is also valid on Chiltern Railways’ trains from London Marylebone to Aylesbury Vale Parkway via Amersham.
What train line is Bicester on?
Bicester North station is on the Chiltern Main Line linking London Marylebone and Birmingham. It is the larger of two stations serving the busy commuter town of Bicester in north-east Oxfordshire.
What Junction is Bicester M40?
Exit junction 16 to join the M40 westbound towards Oxford/ Birmingham. Exit at junction 9 to join the A41. Follow signs to Bicester Village.