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Travelcard and Train to Windsor Castle: How much is the supplemental fare?

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Please help, as I have tried but cannot find this information on-line. I will have a 6-zone Travelcard when I go to take the train from Paddington to Windsor & Eton Central to visit Windsor Castle. Can anyone please tell me how much (or approximately how much) the supplemental fare will be?

Basically, I am trying to decide whether I would do better to buy the train ticket in advance from National Rail for £17 (2 adults, 1 child) or just show up at the ticket office with a 6-zone Travelcard in hand and pay only the add-on fare.

Thank you for any help you can give me!

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