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oyster card/7 day travel card london

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Our family, with two teens, ages 13 and 18, will be in London for a week at the end of March. From my research, it seems that buying an Oystercard with a 7 day travel card, (for zones 1 and 2, adding additional money when needed) makes the most sense. However, the Oystercard site is really confusing, and I can't quite figure out if there are teen discounts, etc.
Can anyone help clarify this?!!!
Thanks so much!

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