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Explore Bristol and beyond with First West of England’s Group Tickets

By bristol247, Wednesday Jun 14, 2017

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Local bus operator First West of England is gearing up for the summer holidays by offering family and friends a simple travel solution with their range of Group Tickets. These great value options allow up to five people of any age unlimited travel together for a whole day.


For just £8, the handy Bristol Inner Zone Group Ticket allows you and your party to travel to every corner of the city. From strolling across the Floating Harbour, discovering hidden gems in Gloucester Road’s independent shops, or taking in the stunning views from the Clifton Observatory, this group ticket gives you the freedom to immerse yourself in the West’s most distinguished city.

As the Bristol Inner Zone Group Ticket is valid until 4:29am the next day after purchase, it’s a perfect way to get around if you’re discovering Bristol after dark in the many renowned clubs and bustling pubs.

Passengers can explore First Bus’s entire West of England network with the £15 Group Ticket. Travelling from Bristol, you can go to Bath and North Somerset’s most celebrated landmarks on the bus. Whether it’s the expansive countryside, historic architecture, seaside destinations, Cheddar cheese or traditional cider that takes your fancy, you can relax and get there stress free on the bus.

First Bus. The new 376 double decker service on the day of it’s launch in Glastonbury, Somerset.
Credit: Jon Rowley


The Group Ticket can be brought from the driver or through the mTickets smartphone app. With this ticket on your phone, you only need to remember one thing as you leave the house, so losing or forgetting your ticket is a thing of the past as you enjoy your day out. And with the First Bus Journey Planning App, you have up-to-date service information about when your next bus will arrive, giving you peace of mind and the opportunity to make every minute count.

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