Tickets & Travel Cards
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Our Travel Cards
We try to offer the best value for our customers. Travel cards are great for saving money and time.
Day, Weekly and Monthly Travel Card - Buy a daily, weekly or monthly travel card to save on Metro, Glider and Ulsterbus Town services. Find Out More about Day, Weekly and Monthly travel card
Multi Journey - Smartlink You can pre-purchase up to 40 pre loaded journeys for all bus services and save on every journey. Find out more about multi journey travel cards
yLink If you are lucky enough to be between 16-23 apply for a Ylink card and you can enjoy 1/3 off on all bus and rail services within Northern Ireland. From 01 September 2020 until further notice you can get a free yLink card! Find Out More about yLink
iLink Available to buy online, our integrated ilink travel cards offer fantastic value for money with unlimited day, weekly and monthly bus and rail travel within specified zones across Northern Ireland. Find Out More about iLink
aLink The alink is an annual travel card available for your selected scheduled bus or rail commute and gives you FREE, unlimited use of scheduled bus and train services at weekends. Find Out More about annual travel cards
24+ Like it says on the tin! Discounted rail travel for aged 24+. (if you're a full time student!) - 1/3 off! From 01 September 2020 until further notice you can get a free 24+ Student Railcard! Find Out More about 24 plus travel
Belfast Visitor Pass 1,2 or 3 days travel within Belfast with lots of little extras from our business partners. Buy Now
Concession Half Fare and free travel concession passes available for eligible users includes, 60+ and Senior Smartpasses. Find out more about concession passes
Smart cards are available to buy online. Please allow 72 hours for postal products. You may want to check out our mLink ticketing app for mobile tickets.
Fare evasion is a criminal offence that could lead to a court appearance and a fine of up to £1000. More about fare evasion
You will be given a card if you have tendered a large banknote and the bus driver has insufficient change available. Translink bus drivers have been instructed to adhere to the following Company procedure:
The driver has issued you with a valid ticket for your journey and collected the banknote.
If the driver acquires change along the route you will receive your change before disembarking, if not the driver will obtain the correct change at the bus station.
If you are not travelling to a bus station where change can be obtained, please provide the driver with your name and details of where you would like to collect your change (Metro passengers can collect at Metro Short Strand Depot or at a chosen Metro location).
NI Railways operates a Delay-Repay scheme which represents a fairer way to compensate our passengers across the local network when things go wrong. More about delay-repay scheme
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