Summary

 
Overview
PLUSBUS adds bus travel around Yeovil to your train ticket 
Type of offer
Ordinary Promotion 
Nearest stations
Details

PLUSBUS is a discount price bus ticket for unlimited travel around the origin and/or destination of your rail journey on participating operators’ services. When you buy PLUSBUS with your train ticket you pay for your whole journey by public transport in one transaction.

 
Participating train companies
Great Western RailwayNational Rail;  

Last updated: 19 January 2018

Prices

Adult

Day: £2.80

Season tickets:

7 days £12.60

1 month £42.80

3 months £124

Annual £420

Child

Day: £1.40

Season tickets:

7 days £9.45

1 month £32.10

3 months £93

Annual £315

Concession

Railcard holders get 1/3 off PLUSBUS day ticket price (subject to normal railcard restrictions).

Family
N/A
Group
N/A
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Last updated: 10 March 2013

Validity

Area of validity
 
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Further Information
Including PLUSBUS fares, visit: www.plusbus.info/yeovil
Adult minimum
1
Reversible
Yes
Details

PLUSBUS

For details of where the PLUSBUS ticket can be used for Yeovil please refer to the map provided.

tickets can be used for unlimited bus travel on participating bus operators’ services within a designated zone.

 

 

Period of availability
Applies
07/09/2008 - Until further notice

Last updated: 19 January 2018

Purchasing

Available to purchase
07/09/2008 - Until further notice
Buying your tickets

Ask for Yeovil PLUSBUS when buying your train tickets.

PLUSBUS day tickets can also be purchased online from some retailers.

If you are buying a period return rail ticket, you will need to specify the date of your return journey.

Booking conditions

Unlimited travel on the following participating bus operator(s): First, South West Coaches.

Excluded services of participating operator(s): none.

Last updated: 10 March 2013