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Save money - buy PLUSBUS with your rail ticket

Purchase your PLUSBUS bus pass with your National Rail train ticket for unlimited bus and train travel in your area. You’ll save time and money too!

 

How much it costs

PLUSBUS passes start at £2 a day, although most cost between £2.50 and £4.

National Railcard holders get 33% off and children under 16 get 50% off day ticket prices. There are also season tickets available for commuters for seven days, a month, three months and a year.

 

Where you can use it

PLUSBUS gives you unlimited bus and tram travel around the whole urban area of the train station you're travelling from and to. It's valid from the first service of the day until midnight.

 

Buy a PLUSBUS pass 

You can buy PLUSBUS with your train ticket at any National Rail ticket office or you can buy it online. 

 Find out how to buy PLUSBUS.

 

What your PLUSBUS will look like 

Your PLUSBUS pass will be printed on a National Rail credit-card size ticket. It will have '+BUS' printed after the name of the town it is valid for e.g. 'DERBY+BUS'.

Plusbus tickets are now also printed on the new style paper ones with the QR code.