Are you under 22? Unlock savings for your bus and tram travel with the 19-21 Season or Pay As You Go card.

CARDS / TICKETS

Season Cards

There are three Robin Hood cards to choose from: Pay As You Go (PAYG) for occasional travellers, Flexible Days for flexible travellers, or Season for regular travellers.

Robin Hood Season is a multi-operator card that gives unlimited travel on any bus, tram or train within the Robin Hood Network (Greater Nottingham) area, offering maximum flexibility for your travel around the city.

How much is a Season card?

Season cards are available for adults, under 19s, 19–21 year olds and students for 1, 3, 6 and 12 months.

Duration
1 Month
1 Month (Direct Debit)
3 Month
6 Month
12 Month
Adult
£90
£90
£250
£474
£830
Under 19
£62
£62
£158
£300
£410
19-21
£78
N/A
£208
£392
£510
Student
£78
N/A
£208
£392
£510
Where can I use the Season card?
  • Nottingham City Transport
  • trentbarton (except skylink express, red arrow or trentbarton night buses)
  • NET tram
  • CT4N
  • Linkbus (Medilink and Locallink)
  • Kinchbus
  • East Midlands Railway
  • Cross Country Trains
  • Stagecoach (Pronto, Sherwood Arrow and 141)
  • NottsBus Connect
Where do I purchase a Season card?

All Season cards (with the exception of Direct Debit products) can be ordered online or purchased from the Nottingham Travel Centre. You can top-up or check your balance online or at the Travel Centre, where you can also sign up for Direct Debit.

  • If you are purchasing an Under 19 card, you will need to provide proof of age and you will need to have a photo taken for the card. Any Under 19 season ticket can only be purchased if it expires before your 19th birthday. Cards stop working the day before your 19th birthday
  • If you are purchasing a 19-21 card, you will need to provide proof of age and you will need to have a photo taken for the card. You will also need to bring proof of a Nottinghamshire address. Any 19-21 season ticket can only be purchased from your 19th birthday onwards and must expire before your 22nd birthday. Cards stop working the day before your 22nd birthday. This scheme is funded as part of the UK Government’s Bus Service Improvement Plan – more on this project here
  • If you are purchasing a Student card, you need to present an in-date photo student ID issued by your place of study e.g. your university or college. This student ID must be in-date for the entire duration of the season ticket you wish to purchase

We don’t accept NUS, TOTUM, UNiDAYS, Student Beans or ISIC as a form of ID

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