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03 Feb 2017
This Valentine’s Day sees the first anniversary of the South West Falcon, the South West’s only 24/7 cross regional coach service. To celebrate, Stagecoach is launching a romantic competition with prizes of very special ‘dates’ at locations along the route.
Dates on offer are:
To enter, simply submit the story of how you first met your partner. Prizes will be awarded to the couples with the best love story.
Bob Dennison, Managing Director of Stagecoach South West, said: “Launching on Valentine’s Day means we can never forget our anniversary – and we wanted to make it an unforgettable experience for our customers too by running this amazing competition.
“I’d like to thank our partners at Plymouth Pavilions, Bristol Hippodrome, Princesshay and The Terrace for contributing such generous prizes.”
As well as the competition, anyone flying by Falcon on Valentine’s Day will pay just £1 for a single journey*.
Bob added: “The Falcon’s first year has been a great success and last month saw us carry our 150,000th passenger so we thought it would be nice to say thank you to our customers by offering all journeys for £1 a year to the day it all started.”
The South West Falcon is the first dedicated 24/7 service to connect Devon with Somerset, Bristol Airport and Bristol City Centre. It is also possible to make local journeys, e.g. between Churchill and Bristol City Centre or Lee Mill to Plymouth, making it an ideal way to commute. All eight coaches feature a distinctive, stylish livery and have free Wi-Fi, power charging, air conditioning and leather seats. The timetable runs hourly from early morning until late evening, moving to two-hourly overnight.
Plan your journey now at www.swfalcon.com.
*£1 travel offer available for any single journey anywhere along the route on 14 February 2017 only. Offer applies to all tickets bought direct from the driver and bookings made via megabus.com.