South Yorkshire Travelmaster tickets

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ALEMASTER

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Price change from 7th June

SY Connect+
offers unlimited travel on trains within South Yorkshire, Supertram services (trams in Sheffield and the Tram-Train to Rotherham Central & Parkgate) and all buses in South Yorkshire.
1 day £9.20
7 day £32.10
28 day £120.40
Note if you are arriving in South Yorkshire by train from elsewhere then just using bus & tram a Plusbus ticket may work out cheaper.
More info: https://www.sytravelmaster.com/

Also available... SY Railmaster
offers unlimited travel on trains and trams within South Yorkshire.
28 day £91.60
 
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Llandudno

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Price change from 7th June

SY Connect+
offers unlimited travel on trains within South Yorkshire, Supertram services (trams in Sheffield and the Tram-Train to Rotherham Central & Parkgate) and all buses in South Yorkshire.
1 day £9.20
7 day £32.10
28 day £120.40
Note if you are arriving in South Yorkshire by train from elsewhere then just using bus & tram a Plusbus ticket may work out cheaper.
More info: https://www.sytravelmaster.com/

Also available... SY Railmaster
offers unlimited travel on trains and trams within South Yorkshire.
28 day £91.60
A 1 day SYConnect + for £9.20 seems a little expensive for the area covered, shame there is no off peak version like Merseytravel’s Saveaway.

How does the SY ticket compare with other PTE’s day rover peak/off peak tickets?
 

David Goddard

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West Yorkshire DaySaver bus and train is £9.00 and that's only valid off peak (including a bar in the pm peak)
West Midlands nnetwork Day ticket is £9.00 all day and £6.90 off peak (no pm restrictions)
 

Dave91131

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I'd say all of the above tickets offer excellent value for money - particularly when the cost of fuel and parking and the hassle of traffic and congestion are weighed up if considering using the car.

A few years ago I made use of a "Wayfarer" ticket for the Manchester area (again no pm restrictions and a very extensive area covered), and going back even further a "Roundabout" ticket for the Glasgow area.

Both excellent value for money too in my opinion.
 

bristollh

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West Yorkshire DaySaver bus and train is £9.00 and that's only valid off peak (including a bar in the pm peak)
West Midlands nnetwork Day ticket is £9.00 all day and £6.90 off peak (no pm restrictions)
A sight aside, but it is worth noting that there is now an all-day version of the West Yorkshire bus & train day rover available via the recently introduced "M Card Mobile" app* at £13.80 (there are slightly cheaper options if you use fewer rail zones but still with countywide bus). This all-day version does not appear to be available from ticket offices or conductors.

*Not to be confused with the MCard app that loads products on to smart cards

Jeff
 
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