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London tube, bus passes -- Oystercards? Travelcards? Is there ONE pass to buy that makes sense for all of us?

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On an upcoming trip to London my group will want to take tube and bus transportation as much as possible. We range in age from 10 to 70. We will be there for four and a half days. Is there one pass I can buy that will allow me unlimited rides on tubes, all zones, any bus, etc.?

I have seen references to Oystercards, paper Travelcards, free rides for children, passes that don't let you ride before 9:30 a.m., passes limited to certain zones of the city, etc.

Help! Can someone please clue me in? My goal: (1) buy something on the front end that will let me go anywhere, anytime dring the days it is effective, on the tube or bus, without having to buy a supplement, an upgrade, add money to a card, etc.. Is this possible?

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