When Loco2 makes a search it queries the rail operators' central reservation systems that lots of other people are using (other people may be booking tickets in person in train stations, over the phone or elsewhere online). The fares/prices you see in your search results are those available for booking at the time of search.
Sometimes fares can sell out during the booking process. This means that when we try to confirm the tickets you’ve chosen we find that the fare we displayed is no longer available. Instead of showing no results at all, we display the next available fare but inform you of the price change. You can then decide if you wish to continue your purchase with the new price.
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