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Stagecoach night buses til 3am on Fri/Sat in Newcastle only £1
LocalLocalFound 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Service N1 Pilgrim Street - Heaton - Coach Lane Service N30 Pilgrim Street - Fawdon - Kenton Service N39 Blackett Street - Walker - Byker Service N40 Blackett Street - West Road… Read more
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Yep, done that far too many times, and passed out on the street and woken up the next day a few times. No shame though when you've drunken yourself into that state - oblivion knows not of such things. The next day is a different story mind! Glad I don't drink anymore, I was a train wreck. Heat for the night bus though OP.


'Stride of pride' is the better term where I am. Maybe people should be prouder of there independence and come up with more fun terms.


Are you havana laff? :D


Ahh, Legends - my usual go to at uni - a damn shame it shut down.


Geordie Shore on wheels......... bucket and jonnies as you get on...

NEW!! Plymouth to Bristol Bus 14-27th February £1 @ stagecoachbus
Found 8th Feb 2016Found 8th Feb 2016
From Plymouth to Bristol & back again 24/7 The South West Falcon is a brand new coach service from Stagecoach South West connecting Plymouth, Exeter, Taunton, Bristol Airport … Read more
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​exactly its great I'm just on way to Plymouth to see a uni mate left at 4:45 get there 8 ish and I'll get the bus back at 12 tomorrow. All for £1 surprised this hasn't got more heat. as well as under 25's always getting returns less than £5. also all the coaches are brand new with WiFi, toilet and wall sockets with comfy seats..


​Was just thinking about this. Could possibly be because the driver would go over their driving limit. Which I think is 4 hours. as longest journey 3hr 40 so 20 mins to allow for traffic.


brilliant service, you can have an evening out in bristol and get back the same night instead of having to book Hotels, Hope people support this service


Was looking at this after booking a couple of holidays flying from Bristol. The route is along the A38/M5 to keep journey times down but the nearest stops for me are at the Exeter park and rides off the M5. So I'd still need to drive to catch this service and the park and rides don't appear to allow overnight parking (never mind how much it would cost to park there compared to airport) so no good when off on one's jollies. My flights are too early in the morning to be able to use the 2 buses I'd need to catch to get to this service as none of the normal local services run 24/7 like this one! So easiest option for me is still to drive to airport and pay around £30 per week. Which makes this service only significantly cheaper if going on holiday for more than a week anyway when there's two of us travelling. May use it for a day out in Plymouth or Bristol if it stacks up well to the train, especially while the tickets are on offer at a quid.


I've been waiting for this for years, finally a good connection to Bristol airport and all those cheap flights but why is it not routed through torbay one of the biggest urban areas of the Westcountry? Think of all the business they are missing out on!!! Graham

Stagecoach Supertram Summer Sundays - try the tram for £1
Found 29th Jul 2015Found 29th Jul 2015
Travel all day on Sheffield's trams for £1 plus free car parking. Supertram day ticket normally £3.90, Park & Ride ticket normally £4.50. Also includes the tram feeder bus to/… Read more
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Just a heads up this now includes free parking from all park & rides for all ticket holders on Sunday There are also offers available with your pass

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Carlisle Stagecoach Weekly Megarider HALF PRICE - £5.45
LocalLocalFound 14th Nov 2014Found 14th Nov 2014
One week unlimited travel in Carlisle City for only £5.45 from 16.11.2014 until 23.11.14 on any Stagecoach bus (plus Arriva 685). Normal price £10.90. Now only £5.45 that's only £0… Read more

Thanks for posting, will be leaving the car behind from tomorrow.


Thanks for picture, for some reasons this time didn't work from my app.

Manchester Stagecoach Megarider 7-day pass £10 on 38 service - can use on any Stagecoach - anyone can buy
Found 26th Sep 2014Found 26th Sep 2014
At the moment, Manchester Megariders are only £10 on the newish 38 service (Manchester Royal Infirmary to Farnworth via city centre, Salford, Swinton etc). Nothing stopping you fro… Read more

And could probably run a lot of it from what they take in public subsidy as it would be a lot more integrated and forwardly planned. Many routes wouldn't be profitable without the public subsidy anyway.


First and Stagecoach seem to be having a war on this route at present. I've seen "trains" of empty double decker 38s trailing through the city centre, its madness. Ultimately results in higher prices as one operator will win the route and maintain a monopoly. I so wish the system was like London, it doesn't matter who owns and runs the bus, it should all be the same colour scheme and price regardless.


Very specific but deffo worth sharing, thnx.

Get a Stagecoach Unirider as a Graduate with a £10.00 NUS Extra Card - save around £350.00
Found 28th Jul 2014Found 28th Jul 2014
Okay, so this deal might not be clear-cut enough for everyone but the way I see it is that there is easily enough to be saved for me to put the deal out there... So you can presen… Read more
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This sounded like a great deal, but not every area allows staff and students to use the unirider. I double-checked with Manchester Stagecoach who have said that in this area only students are allowed to buy it. Even though I've got an NUS Extra card as a staff member, I'm not sure I'll risk it even though it's a huge saving. Thanks for posting anyway so we can check it out for each area.


'Dear Sir/Madam' would probably have been better, but it doesn't really matter. :)


*you're a student (_;)


I think within London - students are able to get 50% travel with a student photo card available from any underground station...?


To respond to a few of the comments... I'm not sure of how this relates to London buses. I've only been using it in (Greater) Manchester, so that's the only region I can vouch for. Yeah, the grammar of the reply was a bit... surprising considering that's their main port of call, but hey. As for starting the email, "Dear Sirs", that's how emails are to be written so that's what I went for. Obviously it'll be G-Brom-da-Bomb now that me and Gina are obviously on excellent terms.

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Stagecoach Manchester weekly megarider for £10
Found 17th May 2014Found 17th May 2014
Stagecoach Manchester are doing a promotion from 18 May until 17 Aug on their new 38 route from the MRI to Farnworth. Weekly Megariders purchased on this route are just £10 instead… Read more

The £10 is valid on all stagecoach routes and megarider I hve been using it for months I also bought a week ticket for £10 just today that means the closing date for the promo has been extended.


Can be used on all Stagecoach Manchester services.


back in the days, I remember this fat woman, got on the buss, purchased the mega rider for £5.50 and got off straight away! this was genius!


Is the ticket £10 stagecoach ticket only valid on that stated route though? Or can I get the ticket on the said service and then hop off and use the ticket on their other routes??


Brings back memories of school....... running up Weaste Lane to get the 5 past 4 number 38. Fortunately now live in Twickenham rather than Little Hulton!

Found 16th Jan 2014Found 16th Jan 2014
£6.25 Weekly Megarider A Day Ticket costs £3.80! 7-day megariders for half price Between 22nd January and 5th February 2014, you will be able to get 50% off all online 7-day megar… Read more

Yes the Mega Rider+ is also half price


does this include the megarider plus as I have to travel from Throckley


Good deal for any one from Newcastle.


Hi how I can Get weekly ticket from 24 of January ?


Fab deal. Hot.

free child day ticket with an adults one on stagecoach bus wigan £2.80
LocalLocalFound 13th Dec 2013Found 13th Dec 2013
buy an adult day ticket to use in wigan at £2.80 and get a childs one for free, all of december
Half price 7 day Manchester MEGArider tickets 27th Nov - 13th Dec
Found 26th Nov 2013Found 26th Nov 2013
For a limited time 7 day MEGArider bus travel tickets are half price when bought online between 27th Nov - 13th Dec. @£6.25 reduced from £12.50
Havince nvm found it


noticed on the bus this morning they are doing 50% off a 4 weekly pass over the new year (so £23) yet i caqnt find anything online about it


Except for the price, is this pass different from the 'megaRider' pass I can buy from the bus driver? I think it comes on a smart card (ie. Not a printed ticket). So are they valid for seven days AFTER FIRST USE? Do all magic/stagecoach busses accept smart card passes?


They're not and neither are Arriva.


It works now, I've just bought one.

50% Discount on Stagecoach Single and Return Fares for Jobseekers.
Found 18th Mar 2013Found 18th Mar 2013
Good luck to anyone unfortunate enough to be out of work and looking for a job. It's tough out there - hope this is of some help, though. :) 50% Discount on Stagecoach Single an… Read more

jobcentre is about 5 miles from house, 10 miles round trip- mum has severe athritis and cannot walk that far, friend of hers also has a damaged spine. How are they meant to walk? Slowly....


And I agree. I have a degree and many years experience in professional positions but now? Working for a low wage as I will do anything that brings in a wage rather than be on benefits. It disgusts me that there are so many people who think certain jobs are beneath them. Having any job makes you a better person than claiming benefits that you don't have to claim. Benefits are for those who can not find ANY kind of work. And BTW to the idiot that thinks there are lots of jobs out there, do a little reading, there are tens of thousands more people looking for jobs than there are jobs available, what an idiot!


jobcentre is about 5 miles from house, 10 miles round trip- mum has severe athritis and cannot walk that far, friend of hers also has a damaged spine. How are they meant to walk? Tesco is 8 mile walk.


One day you will see what it's all about, my mum out of work 6 years now and unemployable as she has arthritis in back and legs, diabetes, depression and other joint damage. If a job she could do, she'd would still give it a go despite her decline in health. She worked 36 years, no gaps. She pushing 60, so who will employ her? Maybe someday you will suffer the same fate and told to get off your **** and find a job.


personally i know jobs are very few and far between but i also think in this day and age people should take whatever they can get.. the days of choosing what type of jobs you want are long gone......