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Oyster Card - Travelcard - Travelpass - Please Help!

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My husband and I will be in London for seven days in February. We're flying into and out of Heathrow and we're staying in Lambeth. We plan to visit the usual sights and we'll get around London by tube every day. We also plan a quick trip to Edinburgh and back by train during our visit. My problem is that no matter what or how much I read about the various cards, I still can't figure them out. I've read the threads here and have gone to the specific websites and the more I read, the more confused I get. Is it just me? I think I need a "London travel 101" class. I'd appreciate any information you can give to help me sort them out. Thanks in advance for your help!

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