If you're aged between 11 and 16, and you live or go to school in Greater Manchester, you qualify for an igo pass. The pass allows you to travel at a reduced fare on Stagecoach and Magic buses within Greater Manchester. You can find out more about the pass, and apply to get one on the TfGM website.
You must carry your pass with you on all journeys, and show the bus driver when requesting your ticket on the bus. You can purchase concessionary Stagecoach single, day and 7 day tickets as well as System One and get me there multi-operator tickets.
If you don’t have an igo pass when you travel our drivers won't be able to sell or accept a concessionary ticket and you will be asked to pay a single fare of £2 for any journey.
If you're aged between 16 and 18, and you live in Greater Manchester, you qualify for a 16-18 get me there pass. The pass allows you to buy a half price day ticket to use on any bus.
You can also buy Young Person 7-day or 28-day Anybus travelcards, which offer savings compared to the equivalent adult price but you don’t need photo ID to buy these tickets.
You can find out more about 16-18 pass, and apply to get one on the get me there website.
If you’re a student and travel regularly on just Stagecoach buses the unirider term or annual ticket may be your cheapest option.
If you're aged 11 between 18 and live in Derbyshire you qualify for a b_line card. The card allows you to pay a reduced single fare on Stagecoach buses within and on journeys which start of finish in Derbyshire.
You'll get your b_line1 card when you start secondary school and then a b_line2 card when you turn 16. You can find out more about the b_line card, and apply to get one on the Derbyshire County Council website.
If you’re a student and travel regularly on just Stagecoach Manchester buses the unirider term or annual ticket may be your cheapest option.