unirider is the flexible university student bus pass ticket that gives you cheaper travel anywhere within your zone - pay once and use it as many times as you like throughout the term or year.
Get on any Stagecoach bus with just one ticket. If you can get there by Stagecoach bus, you can get there with unirider.
With your Plymouth unirider you can travel anywhere shown in the orange Plymouth zone on the map. Many of our buses in Plymouth also feature free WiFi so you can connect, share and play on the move.
With your Gold unirider you can travel anywhere across our entire South West network, excluding the South West Falcon between Taunton and Bristol.
What do I need to get my unirider?
You will need valid student ID e.g. your NUS card or University ID. When you board the bus you will need to show this to the driver alongside your unirider ticket.
Where can I get my unirider?
unirider is available for students at Plymouth University, Marjons and Plymouth College of Art and you can buy it online.
How much it costs
unirider is £275 for a Plymouth academic yearly pass or £529.99 for a Gold academic yearly pass. A yearly Plymouth pass works out at just over £1 a day.
Scroll table horizontally to view table content
|Ticket type||Plymouth||Gold||Validity dates|
|Annual||£275||£529.99||18 Sep 17 - 22 Jun 18|
|Term 1 (Autumn)||£120||£235||18 Sep 17 - 15 Dec 17|
|Term 2 (Spring)||£120||£235||2 Jan 18 - 29 Mar 18|
|Term 3 (Summer)||£77||£160||16 Apr - 22 Jun 18|
|Summer holiday||£101.99||£199.99||23 Jun - 23 Sep 18|
What do I do if I lose my unirider?
If you lose your unirider please contact us by email. You will need a lost property number from the police and a charge of £25 will be made to issue a replacement. Only one replacement will be issued per academic year.
There's so much to see and do here - why not head over to visitplymouth.co.uk for your complete guide to the city.
The City Centre is a great place to shop, eat and features a variety of events throughout the year.
The cobbled streets of Barbican & Sutton Harbour are packed full of restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Plymouth's Waterfront destinations offer something for everyone including Plymouth's Royal William Yard which is full of Grade 1 former Royal Naval buildings which have now been converted into cafes, bars, restaurants and galleries.
Take our no.3 bus out of the city and the beautiful countryside of South Devon quickly surrounds you. The route takes you through historic market towns all the way down to Dartmouth. Or why not take our Gold bus all the way to Totnes and Torbay?