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Ticket options & ways to pay

How to Pay

All of our drivers accept contactless payment cards (up to the value of £30) and cash.

If you're only planning to take the occasional journey, we offer the ability to pay with cash and contactless. Most of our services offer single and return fares for those odd journeys. You can also pay for dayriders and other tickets on the bus too.

Our drivers carry cash to give change but not large amounts, so please try and keep to paying in coins and small notes. Alternatively, you can use your contactless debit or credit card, smart phone or smart watch using Apple Pay or Android Pay to pay for your fare.

Occasional travellers

Making a one-way trip? Buy a Single on the bus.

For a return trip on the same day, a DayRider *DayRiderPlus or a Day Return (where available) is the best option.

* If travelling in two zones, or making 4 individual trips by changing routes in one zone.

More regular travellers

Making the same return trip once, or a few times, every week? Buy a Multi-DayRider or Multi-DayRiderPlus on our app, or travelcard.

Commuters

Travelling 5 or more days a week? Buy TravelPassTravelPassPlus or NetworkPass on a travelcard.

Under 20s

Under 20 years old and travelling to school, college or work in the Swindon area? Buy a Young Persons' TravelPass or Young Persons' TravlePassPlus on a Young Persons' TravelCard.

Under 5s

Up to four children under the age of 5 may travel free of charge accompanied by a fare paying adult.

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