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7 day travel card purchased online from TfL *does* have National Rail logo!

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Purchased one adult and one child 7 day travel card for zones 1 and 2 online, since (1) didn't have the four week minimum time required to order a child Oystercard (2) wanted to take advantage of some of the DaysOut 2for1 discounts and (3) didn't want to spend my first morning trekking to a National Rail tube station (where I wouldn't be able to get the child rate anyway lacking an official child photocard, see (1).) TfL assured me pre-purchase that my mailed cards would have the National Rail logo but others on this forum insisted that TfL -issued cards would not have NR logo. Just wanted to report that it worked out great: got child rates and eligible for 2for1 discount, and I think it is/was the most cost and time effective way to take care of local transport for our week in London.

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