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31 Dec 2014
Families can save on travel this January as bus operator Stagecoach West Scotland announces that Kids Go Free* on Saturdays and Sundays on services across their Ayrshire, Arran and Dumfries and Galloway network.
The offer will be available to buy on bus from 3rd January until 1st February 2015 and offers significant savings for families travelling by bus at the start of the year. The offer is valid for up to two under 16’s to travel free when accompanying a fare paying adult purchasing a single or return ticket on the day of travel.
Emma McNae, Marketing Manager, Stagecoach West Scotland said: “We are delighted to announce the Kids Go free offer which enables families to travel for less throughout January.
We currently offer Kids Go Free on a limited number of services and due to its success have decided to offer it across our entire Ayrshire, Arran and Dumfries and Galloway network in January to encourage even more families to get out and about and make the most of their weekends.”