Tickets for children
Children under five
Up to four children under five years old can travel for free if they’re accompanied by a responsible, fare-paying passenger.
These children can’t:
- take a seat that paying passengers might need
- stay in a buggy in an unsuitable place on the bus
Children under five who can’t travel for free can travel at a discounted rate throughout Derbyshire.
See our conditions of carriage for more information about carrying small prams and buggies.
Five–15 year olds
Single and return tickets
Children aged five to 18 years can travel at a discounted rate in Chesterfield and Derbyshire.
Child dayrider Silver zone
Children and young people in Chesterfield can travel all day and week with the new Child Silver dayrider and megarider tickets.
These tickets are available for all Children aged 5-15 and holders of a b_line1 or b_line2 card or Megatravel or 16-18 travel pass in South Yorkshire.
Valid on all Stagecoach buses and Supertram across South Yorkshire, Pontefract, Wakefield, Bawtry, Oldcotes, Blyth, Ranskill, Chesterfield, Killamarsh and as far as Mastin Moor, Hillstown, Heath, Holmewood, Tibshelf, Morton, Mickley, Clay Cross, Kelstedge and Holymoorside. Only valid on X10 between Barnsley and Haigh.
Child dayrider Gold (previously explorer)
Children under 16 can get a child dayrider Gold ticket in Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
It allows one day’s unlimited travel on the Sheffield Supertram and on our buses throughout:
- South Yorkshire
- West Yorkshire
You won’t be able to use your child dayrider Gold ticket on:
- night buses
- services operated by Stagecoach Manchester in the Glossop area