There are so many great ticketing deals available for travel within Nottingham but it can be sometimes confusing. We’ll tell you below a few of the best and point you in the right direction to get more information.
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Bus and tram
A Robin Hood card will give you a whole day’s worth of travel for £4 on any bus, by any operator (excluding night buses) or the tram. Click here for more information.
If you’re travelling alone, you could save up to 66% on frequent travel if you get an Easyrider Citycard. To get a Citycard, you can apply at any city leisure centre, city library, the NCT Travel Centre or at Broadmarsh bus station. For more details please click here.
For details of NCT fares please click here.
For the family
NCT offer a family ticket – 2 adults, 3 kids – for £4.50 at weekday evenings (after 5pm) and weekends. It’s £9 during the day. You can buy this on board from the bus driver.
NET tram also have a similar offer- 2 adults, 3 kids- for £5 (valid weekdays after 4pm and all day during weekends and school holidays). It’s £10 during the day. You can buy this from a NET tram ticket machine.
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Getting to work
To save money on your commute, you may want to consider getting an Easyrider Citycard, Mango card or buying in bulk – it really depends where you’re going and how often you’re making the journey.
Contact us by clicking here and we can provide the best advice for your needs.
There are plenty of deals if you’re going to school or college.
If you’re travelling to school, click here to get your very own travel guide for each school in the city.
If you’re of pensionable age, you can get free off-peak bus travel. Click here for more details and how to apply for your Senior Citycard.
We’ve produced a handy guide of how to using public transport to go walking and exploring different areas of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Click here to view the guide.