13 August 2014

Special Offers

A couple of special offers from our two main companies...

Save on your family travel with our £5 Family Summer Rider ticket. This ticket is available to buy and use on our buses in Devon*. This includes those that travel into Devon from Cornwall (such as the 1/1A, 76 and 81), the Mayflower Link 93 to/from Kingsbridge & Dartmouth and the Plymouth Park & Ride.
The £5 ticket is valid for up to 5 people travelling at the same time with no more than 2 adults. So this is unlimited travel across Plymouth and Devon all day from as little as £1 each! Buy yours from your driver.
The ticket is available until Sunday 7 September 2014 inclusive.
*Not available on services 22, 30, X31 and X53 which are not operated by First Devon. First Devon

1st September 2014 will see the launch of our brand new ‘Get On’ ticket range, offering all those in full time education, training or in an apprenticeship 15%OFF the adult equivalent ticket.
The new ‘Get On’ range which includes day, week, month, term and annual tickets, will be exclusively available from our Travel Centre on Royal Parade. Once set up top ups can be done online, making it hassle free.
The 15% discount is available to anyone who can prove they are in full time education, training or an apprenticeship*, not being limited by age as previous student discounts have been.
Opening the discount up to those in full time training and apprenticeships will mean that many more people can now benefit. All previous student products will be withdrawn from 31st August to make way for the new ticket range.
*excludes Open University and distance learning. Discount available whilst in training. i.e. 10 week course will mean the discount is available for the 10 weeks during the course.
to get your hands on our 'Get On' tickets please visit out Travel Centre on Royal Parade from 1st September 2014 with proof that you are either in full time education, training or doing an apprenticeship.

  • Get On Dayrider1 day unlimited travel across selected zones zone 1 and 2 = £3.15 zone 1,2 and 3 = £4.68

  • Get On 12 Dayriders Any 12 days unlimited travel across selected zones zone 1 and 2 = £31.50 zone 1,2 and 3 = £46.80

  • Get On 12 Trips Any 12 one way trips across selected zones zone 1 and 2 = £19.55 zone 1,2 and 3 = £38.25

  • Get On Weekrider 7 consecutive days unlimited travel across selected zones zone 1 = £9.35 zone 2 = £10.20 zone 1 and 2 = £13.60 zone 1,2 and 3 = £15.30

  • Get On 4 Weekrider 28 consecutive days unlimited travel across selected zones zone 1 = £35.70 zone 2 = £38.25 zone 1 and 2 = £50.15 zone 1,2 and 3 = £55.25

  • Get On Monthrider 1 calender month unlimited travel across selected zones via AutoPay or Direct Debit (terms here) zone 1 = £35.70 zone 2 = £38.25 zone 1 and 2 = £50.15 zone 1,2 and 3 = £55.25

  • Get On Termrider 91 consecutive days unlimited travel across selected zones zone 1 = £110.50 zone 2 = £118.15 zone 1 and 2 = £155.55 zone 1,2 and 3 = £170.85

  • Get On Yearrider 1 year unlimited travel across selected zones zone 1 = £425 zone 2 = £467.50 zone 1 and 2 = £595 zone 1,2 and 3 = £697

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