It's been a while since I've taken the time to complain about anything train-related, so I'm going to rectify that with a short moan. Rejoice, or bear with me as appropriate.
My commute takes me about half-way to London, and at the end of last year I paid a four-figure sum for the privilege of holding a Season Ticket for this. You'd have thought, therefore, that when I actually want to travel all the way in to London I'd enjoy some reasonable savings, given that I only have to buy a ticket for half the journey. If like me, however, you did think that, you thought wrong. Especially when it comes to Saver Returns, as I found out this weekend. I paid £15.70. If you want to pay for the whole 1 1/4 hour journey in full, you pay £15.10. The saving didn't even cover my Krispy Kreme doughnut* on arrival, and given that my Season Ticket works out at substantially more than 60p for that part of the journey I feel a bit short-changed.
Rant over. Rejoice, or bear with me until next time, as appropriate.
* Maple-Flavour glazed. Lush.