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Plusbus logoPlusbus bus & tram travel from 2 per dayUnlimited travel in 290 towns/cities. Extra 1/3 off with railcard

Eng, Scot, Wales

If you're travelling by train in England, Scotland or Wales, Plusbus gives you unlimited day travel by bus or tram in the town or city you're travelling to. Plusbus day tickets for over 290 locations can be bought from £2 (most are between £2.50 and £4) if you buy online from one of the rail firms listed on the Plusbus site or at the station.

You can buy Plusbus tickets for the start of your journey or the end of it, or both. See the Plusbus route map for a full list of where you can use the cheap tickets.

Railcard holders can get an extra third off their day fare. Some restrictions apply, check 'more info' for the details.

More info
  • Network Railcards & Gold Cards are valid in the South East of England Mon-Fri after 10am, weekend anytime.
  • Two Together Railcards valid Mon-Fri after 9.30am, weekend anytime. Two tickets must be bought.
  • 16-25 & HM Forces Railcards valid at all times.
  • Senior Railcards valid after the morning peak hours (varies by location) Mon-Fri in the South East of England  and at all times outside of the South East.
  • Disabled Railcards valid at all times, including peak periods.
  • Family & Friends Railcards valid after the morning peak hours (varies by location) Mon-Fri in the South East of England  and at all times outside of the South East.
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Plusbus logoPlusbus unlimited bus & tram travel for 2 per dayBuy online - valid on 278 destinations nationwide incl Cardiff, B'ham

Until Wed 31 Jul buy any train ticket from one of the participating train sites and you can get a Plusbus unlimited day travel ticket for 2. See participating train sites on the Plusbus site.

Plusbus provides bus and tram tickets for passengers travelling to and from urban railway stations across the country and usually costs up to 4.30 depending on where you're going to.

In some areas the standard price is less than 2, if that's the case you'll pay the lower price. See the Plusbus route map for a full list of towns participating.
More info
Excludes the following stations: Banbury, Barrow, Carlisle, Eastleigh, Edinburgh, Kidderminster, Redditch, Salisbury, Whitehaven, Windermere, Wokingham and Workington.

Plusbus day tickets bought from non-participating websites, ticket offices, self-service ticket machines or by phone will cost the normal advertised price and not 2.

The deal's not valid with 'Group Save', 'Family and Friends Railcard' or with season tickets. Plusbus can't be bought in greater London - you need to buy a travelcard or Oyster card.
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