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Concessionary Passes are the free bus passes provided to older people in Jersey.
Holders of a Concessionary Pass issued in Jersey receive free travel on any service on production of this card. The driver will check the customer’s destination and provide a ticket – at no cost – which should be kept for the journey.
If you already have a Concessionary Pass that was issued before 2 January 2013 - the start of the LibertyBus service - you can continue to use your pass as normal until it expires.
You will need to visit our Customer Service desk at Liberation Station in St Helier to apply for your pass. Concessionary passes are made immediately while you wait. If you require a photo to be taken this can be done for you at the customer service desk.
You will need to bring the following documentation with you:
Please see below for compulsory ID requirements for Senior Citizen Concession applications:
Over 65: Proof of age and proof of residency (utility bill)
60 to 64:States of Jersey Social Security Pension Card reflecting the concessionary card applicants name and proof of residency (utility bill)
Both items are required for each application.
HIE travel passes will continue to be valid for free travel. When these expire, they can be renewed using exactly the same process as for concessionary passes.
Unfortunately, UK Concessionary Passes are not valid in Jersey because there is no agreement between the UK and Jersey governments. However, we do have a wide range of unlimited travel passes which provide excellent value for money if you are planning to travel extensively by bus.
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