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02 Nov 2018
Early morning commuters will be able to treat themselves to a free tea or coffee next week thanks to Stagecoach West Scotland.
Working in partnership with local mobile coffee business The Espresso Kart, free tea & coffee will be available on Monday 5th November 2018 at Ayr Bus Station and Tuesday 6th November 2018 at Kilmarnock Bus Station from 7am until our peak vehicles have departed.
Stagecoach West Scotland Managing Director Sam Greer said: “We want to say thank you to our loyal customers with a small gesture of good will of a free tea or coffee and we hope our customers will chat to our staff over a coffee. We understand the importance of good customer service at all times, we are always looking for different ways as to how we can deliver even better services for our customers before, during or after their journey.
Throughout Autumn and Winter Stagecoach is encouraging customers to download their bus app to receive exclusive promotions and discounts, currently X77 and X76 customers can save 30% on their travel when they buy five dayrider tickets via the app, full details available online. Watch out for flash sales on our twitter feed across our network!