Brighton to Rye
A key location for smuggling routes in bygone eras, you won’t have to be quite so secretive but you can still make a steal when you take the train from Brighton to Rye. Now a centre for antiques and arts and crafts, whatever takes you across the south coast, check here for live times and tips on how you can make savings on your train tickets from Brighton to Rye.
Brighton to Rye
Tips on how to book cheaper train tickets
Save yourself 1/3 with a Railcard
Railcards are available to more and more people now, and it’s definitely worth your while to check if you’re eligible. For £30, you’ll get 1/3 off most rail travel for a year.
Pick the right time
If you can be flexible with your travel plans, going Off-Peak will see you save against rush-hour prices. Check our journey planner to find a time that suits you.
Book in a batch to save some scratch
If it’s a group outing to Rye, then how does an extra 34% off your Off-Peak tickets sound? If you’re travelling with 3-9 adults in your party, book your tickets in one transaction and our GroupSave discount will automatically be applied.
Journey information from Brighton to Rye
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The above information is intended as a guide. It may not include timetable alterations because of engineering work, unplanned disruption etc. Please use the journey planner to plan your journey before you travel. Some tickets are subject to restrictions. Please check these before you travel.
The information above refers to direct journeys only. Other journeys may be available by changing train or by using a different London Terminal. At certain times buses may operate some of the journeys shown. Services of all operators on the route shown are included in the figures. Not all tickets may be used on all services.
On many routes, the last journey before services finish for the day departs after midnight. Where this is the case, it is this service (in the early hours of the following morning), and not the last one before midnight that is shown.