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Everyone loves to save money, and when you choose to travel with Stagecoach you can guarantee you're getting from A to B for less. Compared to off-peak train tickets, our bus fares are up to 59% cheaper. It's even better news for under 25s, over 60s and concessionary pass holders - you can knock another 1/3 off the price of your ticket when you ride on the Falcon.
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Falcon - Exeter to Plymouth
Off-Peak Train from Exeter Central to Plymouth**
Need to travel from Plymouth to Exeter?
Interested in travelling from Plymouth up to Exeter instead? Our Falcon service operates both ways, following the same route back. Take a look at our timetable to discover what time it'll pass a stop near you.
Why fly by Falcon?
How long does it take to travel from Exeter to Plymouth with the South West Falcon?
On average, the journey from Exeter to Plymouth takes 1 hour 10 minutes. 18 buses operate per day between Monday and Thursday, and 19 buses a day between Friday and Sunday.
Is this a direct service from Exeter to Plymouth.
The Falcon is a direct service meaning no changes are required.
What time is the first bus from Exeter to Plymouth?
The first bus from Exeter departs at 01:32.
What time is the last bus from Exeter to Plymouth?
The last bus from Exeter departs at 23:37.
Have another question about our Exeter to Plymouth bus service, or about Stagecoach in general? You might find the answer over on our complete list of FAQs, or you can contact the Stagecoach team for further assistance.