How much will you pay for your rail ticket?

Fare rises were introduced from yesterday. This is what you can expect to pay for your rail ticket this year:

Ipswich-Liverpool Street:

Annual season: £6,756 to £6,944

Off-peak return: £43.50 to £44.70

Stowmarket-Liverpool Street:


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Annual season: £6,972 to £7,168

Off-peak return: £44.90 to £46.20

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Manningtree-Liverpool Street:

Annual season: £5,888 to £6,052

Off-peak day return: £38.40 to £39.50

Colchester-Liverpool Street:

Annual season: £5,264 to £5,412

Off-peak day return: £34.50 to £35.50

Clacton-Liverpool Street:

Annual season: £5,800 to £5,964

Off-peak day return: £42.50 to £43.70

Ipswich-Norwich:

Annual season: £3,524 to £3,624

Off-peak day return: £18.70 to £19.20

Ipswich-Cambridge:

Annual season: £3,704 to £3,800

Off-peak day return: £18.70 to £19.20

Ipswich-Peterborough:

Annual season: £4,424 to £4,548

Off-peak day return: £26.10 to £26.80

Ipswich-Bury St Edmunds

Annual season: £2,172 to £2,364

Off-peak day return: £11.20 to £11.50

Weekend passengers from Ipswich or Stowmarket to London can save significantly on ticket prices by splitting tickets at Manningtree (so long as their train stops at that station).

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