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Flexibility in Tickets
With such a wide variety of bus passes on offer, there’s no need to splash out on a taxi. From singles to megariders and discounted concession fares – there’s an affordable Stagecoach ticket for every customer in the Swindon area - Check out our range of tickets available.
Conveniently located in the heart of the town centre, Swindon Bus Station is a stone’s throw away from key locations, like Swindon Town Football Club, the STEAM Museum of the Great Western Railway, Wyvern Theatre and Swindon College.
Got some time to kill before catching your next Stagecoach service? The bus station is within walking distance of plenty of shops to browse at The Brunel Shopping Centre, and there’s a number of great places to grab a bite – why not wander over to The Sir Daniel Arms Wetherspoon, or cake shop McCtaffs?
The cost of travelling within Swindon via taxis and trains can quickly add up; Stagecoach provides an affordable, convenient method of travel around the town. With services running as quickly as every 15 minutes, and with a number of easy payment methods to choose from, catching a Stagecoach bus couldn’t be easier.
Whether it’s your daily commute, or a fun-filled day out, you can plan your route with our handy Plan a Journey tool. Don’t forget to take a look at our range of passes if you’re a regular traveller, and download our app for live updates and mobile tickets.
You can travel between Swindon, Cirencester and Cheltenham with our Service 51. Go back in time in Cirencester, to the days when the Romans walked the streets of the Cotswold towns. Or explore the fantastic shops and restaurants in Cheltenham.
Our Service S6 runs directly to Oxford from Swindon. Oxford's museums and galleries are a great place to escape on a rainy day. Why not learn about the gruesome history of Oxford Castle? And don't go home without some time wandering around the city's wonderful shops.