a VirtualTourist member from Moscow
I want to buy a combined ticket to Legoland, but I cannot find an option where I can do it online.
Can I buy train tickets online and then purchase combined ticket (entrance+shuttle bus) when I arrive in London? What is ment buy 'staffed train station'? Is Paddington one of them?
I'm sure someone will know more than I do, but I think one may have to buy the combined ticket when you are at the train station itself. Paddington is a large one and definitely staffed.
A 'staffed' train station means one which has human beings selling tickets. Paddington does.
The site says:
>You can buy combined rail and entry tickets from our Customer Service Centre or from any staffed train station
which I interpret as meaning you cannot buy the combined ticket online. I have worked through the ticket purchase pages and the offer is not listed.
The 'Customer Service Centre'
does give the option to buy your tickets by phone and I suspect you might be able to get a combined ticket in this way.
However, the shuttlebus website suggest that you have to buy the combined rail/bus/entrance ticket from a railway station:
Without a combined ticket you can buy your bus ticket from the driver, but will have to pay for admission separately.
Thank you for detailed explanation