MyTrainTicket is progressively rolling out the ability for you to print your own ticket. No queues, no fuss, just print your ticket from home or work.
Not all routes offer self-print, but certain train operating companies now offer this option on some or all of their routes. Remember, self-print tickets are only available for Advance tickets.
Please see a rough guide below to the routes available; when you search for your train tickest if a self-print option is available it will be shown when you select your delivery option:
Cross Country Trains: all routes.
East Coast Trains: all routes.
East Midlands Trains: selected routes as follows:
First Great Western: select routes as follows:
Grand Central Trains: all routes.
Greater Anglia: all routes.
Hull Trains: all routes.
Virgin Trains: all routes.
We will update this page as more routes become available.
Self-print train tickets are similar to self-print airline tickets; they will be delivered to you as a PDF attachment to an email. Simply print them off at home at your leisure; all information relevant to your journey will be included, including reservations where applicable.
Please ensure clean white A4 paper is used to print out your tickets; they will include a barcode which may be scanned at station ticket gates or on board the train, so please keep them in good condition and do not fold the paper across the barcode.
One self-print ticket will be provided for each passenger.
To open your self-print ticket you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is already installed on most PCs and Macs. If it is not installed on your PC or Mac, or your version is not up to date, please visit Adobe to download it (free of charge).