New discounted Flexi tickets are now available for school children. These are now also available to purchase on mobile phone apps.
Bus fares and tickets
Unlimited travel on any bus in Leicester
Flexi tickets are about to get even better, with new child and 4-weekly options available from 26 August. These are available to buy and use on any operator in the scheme:
You can use your Flexi ticket anywhere in the Flexi zone – check with the operator of your service or use our handy map to see where the Flexi ticket can be used.
Where to buy
On your mobile phone
Buy the full range of Flexi tickets through participating operator’s apps – buy on any app, use on any operator in the scheme.
|Operator||Download from Apple App Store||Download from Google Play Store|
|Arriva Leicester||Download here||Download here|
|Centrebus||Download here||Download here|
|First bus||Download here||Download here|
Flexi tickets are accepted on Kinchbus and Stagecoach, but are not available for purchase on their mobile phone apps.
On the bus
Buy daily and weekly tickets on board from any participating operator. All operators accept contactless payments for your safety and security.
|Adult price||Child price|
Child tickets are available to customers aged 15 and under.
Still have a OneCard? Find out more here.
Flexible School Travel
Registered bus services are subject to Covid-19 capacity restrictions. Busy services are being supplemented by additional buses at school times to those schools listed below. In addition, Flexi ticket holders can use a range of bus services to access these schools. These are shown on the attached maps.
Other multi-journey saver tickets
All commercial bus operators in Leicester & Leicestershire offer a range of multi-journey saver tickets. Please ask the bus driver or search online for the relevant operator’s website for full details.
Saver tickets are also available to buy from the driver on the following Council-subsidised local bus services:
- Leicester Park & Ride (Birstall, Enderby, Meynell’s Gorse)
- PLUSBUS is a cheap bus pass that you buy with your train ticket at any National Rail station ticket office or online. It gives you unlimited bus and tram travel (on participating operators services) to and from the rail station and around the whole urban area of the rail served town.
- Buy one for the start of your journey and/or for the end of it.
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