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    (Original post by boba)
    my bus pass has recently gone up to £10.80.. but I will not be complaining after reading this 45? seriously?
    Yeah man, deadly serious.

    A £6 day ticket on one bus, a £3 student day ticket on another.

    5 days a week.

    Nightmare!

    When I finally did get a subsidised bus pass, that was £85 a term, but it was still an extra £15 on the other bus.

    Never, ever live in a rural area when you're older. Your kids will hate it!
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    (Original post by ilickbatteries)
    Yeah man, deadly serious.

    A £6 day ticket on one bus, a £3 student day ticket on another.

    5 days a week.

    Nightmare!

    When I finally did get a subsidised bus pass, that was £85 a term, but it was still an extra £15 on the other bus.

    Never, ever live in a rural area when you're older. Your kids will hate it!
    you have my deepest sympathys I think I would like to live in a rural-ish area one day but not if I had children older than primary school but to young to drive that would be to cruel
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    (Original post by misssmarty)
    Lancashire its a 45 minute journey there and back everyday.... im getting annoyed now that people are telling me they only paid a tenner!
    I dont even think London charge £18 for a weekly bus pass tbh? I havnt been back home in a while though.
 
 
 
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