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Derbyshire Wayfarer: New unlimited bus ticket

Use the Derbyshire Wayfarer bus ticket to explore from as little as £8 per day or £33 per week!

The Derbyshire Wayfarer Bus ticket

The Derbyshire Bus and Train Wayfarer is a day rover ticket allowing almost unlimited bus and train travel throughout Derbyshire for a whole day.

From 24 April 2023, there is now a new Derbyshire Wayfarer Bus ticket to complement the existing Wayfarer Bus and Train ticket.

You can use the Wayfarer ticket to travel around Derbyshire and also for travel between Derbyshire and Sheffield city centre, Burton-on-Trent town centre, Macclesfield town centre, Leek town centre and Uttoxeter town centre on direct journeys to and from Derbyshire. Check where you can use your Wayfarer ticket here.

Derbyshire Wayfarer bus ticket prices

Don't miss: Single bus fares are capped at just £2!

The £2 single fare cap is a Government funded scheme, valid on most bus routes. Please check individual services for details.
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Where to buy Derbyshire Wayfarer tickets

Derbyshire Wayfarer Bus tickets are available from TravelMaster.

You can buy day versions of all Derbyshire Wayfarer tickets on the day of travel from the drivers of these local buses:

Tickets are also valid on First South Yorkshire service 272 but cannot be purchased on First Buses. The tickets are valid for travel on Skylink and My15 services operated by Trent Barton and Kinch in Derbyshire as far as Shardlow on skylink Derby, and Sawley square on skylink Nottingham and My15, but not to East Midlands Airport.

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