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Stagecoach

Five times the fun as Stagecoach extends travel offer

02 Feb 2017

A special travel offer is to be extended by Stagecoach Yorkshire. 

Stagecoach launched the ‘5 for a Fiver’ ticket in November to give passengers a safe and cost-effective way of travelling around the city in the run-up to and during the festive period.

For £5, passengers purchased a ticket valid all day on any Saturday or Sunday and which can be used by any group of up to five people, such as families with adults and children, students, friends, and work colleagues. 

The offer was due to end on January 31 but Stagecoach Yorkshire has now extended the special offer until further notice. 

Matt Davies, managing director of Stagecoach Yorkshire, said: “The 5 for a Fiver ticket offer has been a fantastic success, particularly over the Christmas period which we know can be an expensive time. 

“As a thank you to our customers, we are extending the special offer until the end of April so even more people can take advantage of this deal.

“Groups of five passengers can continue to use this great offer in Sheffield during half-term, over the Easter holidays, and every weekend in between, whether they’re going shopping, visiting leisure venues or heading out for a night on the town.”