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Uno Bus different age fares

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    I was wondering what the age cap was to receive the children fares on the uno bus service. I'm 17 so i'm not quite sure whether i'd be classified as an adult or a child. Since i'm planning on using the bus a few times a week i'd buy the week fare, which is £20 for adults and £10 for children. If anyone knew the age cap to receive the children fare it would be a great help.

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    It is under 18 but you need a saver card to be able to get child price otherwise they will charge you Adult prices. You have to be at School or College to get a saver card though, you can't get one as a university student. If you are a student at the university the fares are cheaper anyway although more than Child prices.

    http://www.hertsdirect.org/actweb/sa...d/default.aspx
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    (Original post by flipshot)
    It is under 18 but you need a saver card to be able to get child price otherwise they will charge you Adult prices. You have to be at School or College to get a saver card though, you can't get one as a university student. If you are a student at the university the fares are cheaper anyway although more than Child prices.

    http://www.hertsdirect.org/actweb/sa...d/default.aspx
    But since the savercard only applies during the academic term it would be pointless for me since i'm only using the bus during the summer. I guess i'll have to pay the adult price.
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    (Original post by Wazoat)
    But since the savercard only applies during the academic term it would be pointless for me since i'm only using the bus during the summer. I guess i'll have to pay the adult price.
    As soon as the term starts at the end of September you can pay student prices

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