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Using trains in England

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Hi, folks. OK, for my time in England, I will need three train trips, and an unknown number of rides on the London underground. The train:
1. Express (?) from Heathrow to London upon arrival.
2. We will be in London 7 nights, then plan to take a train from London to Bath.
3. Later in the trip, we wish to take a train from Cambridge to York. (Will have car in between.)
I don't know if I should I buy everything here before we go, or wait til we get there?
I have looked into the National Rail website, and admit to a bit of confusion. We qualify for the senior card, at 28 GBP each, but I cannot tell how much that might save over the regular fares. I don't want to buy the "cheapest" ticket, as it is non refundable in case we change our plans.

Any help would be appreciated. We leave for London in 4 days.

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