I'm planning on travelling into London from Woking this weekend, with a number of specific places I'm going to visit. It'll be into London (zone 1) on Friday evening, then on to zone 3, and then on Saturday it'll be zones 1, 2 and 3, and then return to Woking on Saturday evening.
My ticket options appear to be:
- Super Off-peak Travelcard on Friday (£17.50) and another on Saturday (£17.50)
- Singles between Woking and Surbiton1 (2 @ £6.30) plus Oyster card
- Singles between Woking and Clapham Junction (2 @ £8.30) plus Oyster card
I can find how much the Oyster card will cost to get (deposit, register, initial credit)2, but what I can't find is how much the Oyster card will actually "cost" for the journeys inside London, either from Waterloo to my zone 3 destination or from there back to either Clapham Junction or Surbiton.
1 Surbiton is the furthest out that Oyster will cover.
2 Oyster & Travel Cards is the best hit I've found on here, but other sites also have the basic information.