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13 May 2015
Stagecoach in South Wales is pleased to announce that due to the forecast reduction in fuel costs, all fares will be frozen for the calendar year across the South Wales network. This is consistent with a long-term objective to grow passenger volumes through a value fares strategy and notwithstanding increases to staff and other costs.
The price freeze will take effect on all single and return tickets, as well as dayrider, megarider, explorer, flexirider and network rider tickets, meaning customers will continue to benefit from the same great value fares that they currently pay.
John Gould, Managing Director, Stagecoach in South Wales, said: “These price freezes are a real boost for our customers. Lots of people will benefit from the continued great value fares that we offer, particularly those who use our services most frequently.
We are mindful that the price of fuel has fallen this year and we want to show our gratitude to our loyal customers as well as looking forward to attracting even more people on to our greener, smarter services in the future.”
For further information please visit www.stagecoachbus.com/southwales.
For a full list of our tickets please visit https://www.stagecoachbus.com/wales-tickets.aspx.