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The costs can be computed based on this PDF table (permanent link in case of update) or using the Single Fare Finder. With an Oyster card, a journey from Waterloo to Clapham Junction (zone 2) costs £2.20. From Waterloo to zone 3, you would pay £2.70 (all off-peak fares). If you plan several journeys within zone 1-3 on Saturday, you would pay £7.70 in total. ...


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It's called "professional courtesy." That is, "Innkeepers" (and other professionals) will often look after "their own." In this case with a special rate. The idea is to build goodwill to ask for return favors. If I were in a "related" field, e.g. travel agent, or basically anything connected with travel, I would ask for the "innkeeper rate" and show them ...


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Based on the way that rate is presented on the website you pointed us to, I would say that it is simply a discounted rate, that is called an "Innkeepers Rate" ie a special deal offered the Innkeeper himself/herself. Hotels can get quite creative with their discount program names trying to build the perceived value. Most professional rates, such as the ...


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Based on this link, it seems to be just what it sounds like, a rate that another innkeeper would pay when staying there.



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