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London to Oxford Trains From £5.00

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Buy cheap train tickets from London to Oxford for just £5.00. Book in advance to secure the most affordable fare, instead of the average ticket price of £34.50. The train journey from London to Oxford typically takes approximately 53m. You can expect a frequency of 77 trains available daily. For further information, please consult our Train Journey Planner and Train Timetable.

London to Oxford Train Prices and Times

To find the cheapest train tickets from London to Oxford, it is recommended to book in advance and avoid traveling during peak times. Compare train prices and times below for the best deals on rail fares.

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  1. 21:12
    London Marylebone
    22:39
    Oxford
    1h 27m, Direct
    Chiltern Railways
  2. 21:20
    London Paddington
    22:14
    Oxford
    54m, Direct
    Great Western Railway
  3. 21:42
    London Marylebone
    23:09
    Oxford
    1h 27m, Direct
    Chiltern Railways
  4. 21:50
    London Paddington
    22:45
    Oxford
    55m, Direct
    Great Western Railway
  5. 22:12
    London Marylebone
    23:39
    Oxford
    1h 27m, Direct
    Chiltern Railways
  6. 22:20
    London Paddington
    23:40
    Oxford
    1h 20m, No direct
    Great Western Railway
  7. 23:00
    London Paddington
    00:34+1
    Oxford
    1h 34m, No direct
    Great Western Railway
  8. 23:10
    London Marylebone
    00:26+1
    Oxford
    1h 16m, Direct
    Chiltern Railways
  9. 23:33
    London Paddington
    01:25+1
    Oxford
    1h 52m, No direct
    Great Western Railway
  1. 23:33
    London Paddington
    01:25+1
    Paris
    1h 52m, No direct
    Great Western Railway
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  2. London to Oxford Train Route Details

    The London to Oxford train ticket is £5.00. The average travel time is 53m, covering a distance of approximately 86 miles. There are usually 77 daily trains provided by Great Western Railway. To plan your train journey in advance, please refer to our train route table.

    First train
    00:10
    Last train
    23:33
    Departure station
    London
    Arrival station
    Oxford
    Journey time
    53m
    Distance
    86 miles
    Price
    £5.00
    Train Operators
    Great Western Railway

    Choose London to Oxford Train Ticket Types

    Find the train ticket type that best suits your travels from London to Oxford. Discover more about these ticket types and how they can help you save in our guides below.

    Off-Peak & Super-Off Peak train tickets

    Off-Peak & Super-Off Peak train tickets

    Off-Peak tickets are cheaper and more flexible, allowing for travel during less busy times. Super Off-Peak tickets are even cheaper and are perfect for less conventional schedules.

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    Return train tickets

    Return train tickets

    Valid for both an outward and return journey from the same destination on your chosen route.

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    Advance train tickets

    Advance train tickets

    Typically the most cost-effective option for train travel. They are usually available for purchase 12 weeks before the travel date.

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    Season train tickets

    Season train tickets

    Season tickets allow unlimited travel between two stations and can save you more than 1/3 on train fares.

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    Save 1/3 on London to Oxford Trains with Railcards

    Railcards offering up to 1/3 off London to Oxford train fares for eligible passengers. There are Student Railcards for young people, Senior Railcard for seniors, check below to find the railcard type that suits you best.

    TypeDiscount
    16-25 Railcard1/3 OFFFrom £34.50 Save £11.39
    26-30 Railcard1/3 OFFFrom £34.50 Save £11.39
    Two Together Railcard1/3 OFFFrom £34.50 Save £11.39
    Senior Railcard1/3 OFFFrom £34.50 Save £11.39

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    Book in Advance

    Book in Advance

    Advanced train tickets are typically the most cost-effective option for train travel. They are usually available for purchase 12 weeks before the travel date.

    Group Travel

    Group Travel

    Get a 1/3 discount on Off-Peak tickets through GroupSave if you are travelling with a group of 3 to 9 adults.

    Season Tickets

    Season Tickets

    A weekly or monthly train pass which includes unlimited travel between two stations. It could help you save more than 1/3 on train fares.

    Flexi Travel

    Flexi Travel

    8 days of unlimited travel between two stations within a 28-day period.

    London to Oxford train FAQs

    • When is the first train from London to Oxford?

      The first train from London to Oxford is at 00:10.
    • Are there direct trains from London to Oxford?

      No, there is no direct train from London to Oxford, and passengers would need to make 1 changes during the journey.
    • How long is the train journey from London to Oxford ?

      The train journey from London to Oxford typically takes an average of 1h 18m, with the fastest journey duration being around 53m.
    • How much is a train from London to Oxford ?

      The cost of a train from London to Oxford can vary, with the cheapest fare typically starting at £5.00 and the average price being around £34.50.
    • What times are off-peak trains from London to Oxford ?

      In general, the off-peak period typically starts after 09:30 and excludes the evening rush hours of 15:30–18:15 for travel to and from major cities. The specific times may differ depending on the route and train company, but generally, you can expect off-peak times to fall outside the usual commuting hours. For Transport for London, off-peak times are observed on weekdays from the first service until 06:30, from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.