The £10 zigzag plus was valid on TP so a day return cost no more than £10. I think a single was something like £7.50.
Of course things have changed now.
The PeakPlus is the new network day ticket product, which is valid on all services operated by High Peak with the following exceptions:
Not Valid on TransPeak between Matlock and Nottingham.
Not Valid on TransPeak between Hazel Grove and Manchester.
Not valid on Skyline between Haze Grove and the Airport before 09:00.
The PeakPlus costs just £6 for Adults, £4 for children and £14 for a Family Ticket (upto 2 adults and 2 children aged 16). Buy from your High Peak driver today!
Is the over 65 pass valid for free travel on these? Potential passenger is a resident of Greater Manchester, if this helps...
My friend is actually travelling Rochdale to Corby and back.
He'll probably do bus/train (either are free) to Manchester, Transpeak to Nottingham, train to Kettering and bus to Corby (according to Traveline, a bus only Nottigham Corby trip takes 2.5 hours via Oakham). He uses Kettering rather than Market Harborough as the bus from the former stops at the doorstep of his destination in Corby.
There is a formal register?
Since operators get re-imbursed for each bus pass user they carry there is an obvious advantage in being classed as a bus service I guess.