How much is a day rider ticket in Bristol?
City and region-wide tickets
|Bristol Rider Day||£4.50||£3.50|
|Bristol Rider Week||£20.00||£15.50|
|Avon Rider Day||£7.20||£5.50|
|Avon Rider Week||£32.50||£24.50|
How do you pay for a bus in Bristol?
Types of payment accepted You can buy the most common First Bus tickets on board the bus in cash or contactless (except metrobus services – this is a buy before you board service), on their First Bus app, online on a Travelwest Travelcard or at a metrobus iPoint.
Can you use first bus tickets on other buses?
Yes! You can active multiple tickets at the same time, on the same device. This feature is available in the First Bus App version 4.5. 0 or above, so please make sure you have the latest version.
How do you pay for public transport in Bristol?
To pay using contactless, you need to ask the driver for your specific ticket, or on metrobus services, use the iPoint at the bus stop. Tap & Cap is even simpler as you don’t need to choose your ticket type, which is especially useful when you’re not sure how many times you’re going to be using the bus.
How do you get around Bristol?
Public Transport in Bristol
- Bus. It’s really easy to get around Bristol by bus, with plenty of fast and convenient services available from all key locations.
- Park and Ride.
- Travel by car.
- TravelWest Journey Planner.
Can you pay contactless on a first bus?
Secure contactless payments are now available on all of our buses. Paying with contactless is a simple and secure way to pay for tickets without cash. One tap of your contactless card, Apple Pay or Google Pay and you’re aboard and ready to go, no need to worry about having the right change.
Can you use first bus app without Internet?
You will require internet connection to use the app, as the app needs to communicate with our server to keep itself up to date when you’re out and about. Opening the app, accessing the ticket catalogue, and accessing account pages will all generate a connection attempt.
Do you have to tell the bus driver where you’re going?
If you’re buying a ticket on the bus, tell the bus driver where you’re wanting to go and if you’re coming back, then the bus driver will provide you with your ticket. No, buses will only stop at marked bus stops, so be sure to know where you’re getting off in advance.
When do you have to buy bristolrider tickets?
You can buy a BristolRider ticket on any bus in the area (including Park & Ride) operated by the following companies: These are paper tickets and are valid only on the date of issue (printed on the ticket) and until 0259 the following day (or the eighth day for weekly tickets).
Where can I buy Bristol to bath tickets?
We have a wide range of tickets to suit your needs, whether you travel every day or only now and then, on your own or with friends, we have just the ticket for you. We are now accepting Contactless Payments on all our Bristol, Bath and the West services. You can buy single, FirstDay and FirstWeek tickets from the driver.
Which is the cheapest first bus ticket for Bristol?
Here at First Bus, we have every kind of ticket to suit your journey. Whether that means a day ticket or a monthly ticket, we can help you enjoy cheap and stress-free journeys in Bristol, Bath and the West. Alternatively, download the First Bus App for the cheapest First Bus Bristol, Bath and the West fares and prices.
Are there first bus tickets for Bristol Bath and the west?
Travelling with First around Bristol, Bath and the West has never been easier. We have a wide range of tickets to suit your needs, whether you travel every day or only now and then, on your own or with friends, we have just the ticket for you. We are now accepting Contactless Payments on all our Bristol, Bath and the West services.