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Author Topic: First Bus, Bristol, Bath & the West. New fares from 25th September 2022  (Read 332 times)
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« on: September 20, 2022, 09:37:57 pm »

New fares on First Bus services in Bristol, Bath & the West are being introduced on 25th September 2022.

Some significant reductions on Single and Return ("2-Trip") fares. Although one of the most popular tickets, the Bristol (or Bath) FirstDay is increasing by 13% from £5.30 to £6.00.

The £1.30 Three Stop Hop is being withdrawn. A short three stop single journey will now cost £2. An increase of  over 50%.

The First West of England Zone Day Ticket and the Avon Rider multi-operator Day Ticket are both reducing from £7.50 to £7.00.

News item from First Bristol, Bath & The West:
https://www.firstbus.co.uk/bristol-bath-and-west/news-and-service-updates/news/new-fairer-fares-launching-25-september-2022

Fares Guide (valid from September 25th 2022):
https://www.firstbus.co.uk/sites/default/files/public/node_images/full%20Ticket%20Guide%20final_0.pdf

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