If you buy the same journey split tickets, travelling using split tickets travel exactly the same way they would have on a regular, “straight-through” train ticket. The only difference is that by splitting their tickets they may have paid a lot less for the same journey. You still travel at the same times.
If you buy the flexible journey split tickets, you might have to check and follow the stop that we show you when you buy the tickets if needed.
Whatever split journey, those cheaper tickets would cover the whole journey, instead of one more expensive ticket. The only condition when using split tickets is that the train you take must stop at all the places you have bought tickets for and not just pass through them.
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