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Tube delayed

Transport for London (TFL) offers refunds if a passenger's journey is delayed for more than 15 minutes. For tube passengers, this amounts to the fare for the single journey you were making, whether you have a season ticket or have purchased a single fare. London Overground users have to be delayed by more than 30 minutes. You must claim within 14 days to be eligible for a refund. With resolver you can request a form, but, you will need to submit the form to TFL directly for the moment. It is important that you do this within 14 days.

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