Stagecoach links Norfolk operation with new ticketing options

Stagecoach Norfolk's new ticket range will broaden horizons for
former Norfolk Green passengers.
News has come in this morning via the operator's website that Stagecoach Norfolk are to launch two exciting new ticketing options which will link the newly founded Norfolk network with the rest of the group's operations in the East.

The new East Day Rider Gold and East Megarider tickets will be valid on all Stagecoach services in the East of England, including Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. In King's Lynn town centre, the LynnGo ticket option is to be scrapped in favor of the Lynn Day Rider and Lynn Megarider tickets, valid for either 7 or 28 days.

The new universal tickets for Stagecoach East allow passengers to travel much further than what was offered under the Norfolk Green ticketing system. From Spalding on the 505, passengers can reach Peterborough - where connections can be made to Huntington, for onward travel to Cambridge, St Neots and St Ives. A big day out is coming soon me thinks! 
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2 comments :

  1. Nothing to do with the current topic, but I have posted a comment to a previous topic on Gt Yarmouth No 40
    http://norwichbusesblog.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/more-from-great-yarmouth-40.html?m=1

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  2. Hi John. Thanks for your comments. A few days ago I published a post entitled "Remember Me?" containing the details you presented.

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