Can I Pay Contactless On First Bus?

Secure contactless payments are now available on all of our buses.

Paying with contactless is a simple and secure way to pay for tickets without cash.

One tap of your contactless card, Apple Pay or Google Pay and you’re aboard and ready to go, no need to worry about having the right change.

Can you pay on card on first bus?

Bus passengers could soon benefit from faster journey times and cheaper travel after First Bus introduced contactless payment machines on its vehicles. The first phase of the changes went ‘live’ at the weekend, with people now able to pay by debit or credit card when they board a bus.

Can you pay bus fare with debit card?

You can use a credit or debit card to pay for your ticket on buses only where contactless payment is accepted.

How does contactless work on buses?

A pay as you go adult fare is £1.50 with a contactless payment, Oyster, or Visitor Oyster card. If you make another bus or tram journey within an hour of touching in on a bus or tram, your second journey will be free. UK issued contactless payment cards are accepted, just look out for the contactless symbol.

Can you pay contactless on Glasgow buses?

Contactless payments come to all First Glasgow buses. First Glasgow sees contactless payments as a way of speeding up boarding times and making the journey even easier for customers by reducing the need for cash on buses. It is also accepting Apple Pay and Android Pay as part of the contactless roll-out.

Can I pay on my card on the bus?

Secure contactless payments are now available on all of our buses. Paying with contactless is a simple and secure way to pay for tickets without cash. One tap of your contactless card, Apple Pay or Google Pay and you’re aboard and ready to go, no need to worry about having the right change.

Do buses take debit cards?

Cash, checks, credit cards, debit cards, and money orders are accepted.

How do I pay my contactless on the bus?

Look for the contactless symbol on your credit or debit card to see if your card is contactless enabled. Then, board a bus with the contactless symbol and instead of paying with cash, simply tap your card or contactless-enabled device onto the reader and wait for the beep.

Can I use my contactless card on the bus?

You can pay for your journey on London Underground, tram, DLR, London Overground, and National Rail services that accept Oyster with a contactless payment card. London buses stopped accepting cash in July 2014, and you can only use Oyster or contactless payment card for bus journeys.

Can I tap my debit card on the bus?

Contactless is a quick and easy way to pay for your trip on public transport on the Opal network. If you have an American Express, Mastercard or Visa credit or debit card or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and tapping off at Opal readers.