The fares below, including discounted fares for Guernsey residents, came into operation on 12 May 2013   

Single Fare

A flat fare of £2 will apply to all journeys of any distance on all routes.

One child for each fare-paying adult is carried free without a seat up to their third birthday, after which the normal flat fare applies.

Travel passes

Our range of unlimited travel passes, introduced on 12 May 2013, are great for exploring all Guernsey has to offer

One day pass: £4.50

Two day pass: £7.50

Seven day pass: £19.00

Family One day pass: £9.00

Family Two day pass: £15.00

Family Seven day pass: £38.00

All passes are valid for travel on the Guernsey Vaeux round island bus.

Family passes allow unlimited travel for up to two adults and up to three children up to 16 years old   travelling together

Discounts for Guernsey residents

Guernsey residents are entitled to discounted travel on presentation or use of an Ormer card.

A flat fare of £1 applies to all journeys of any distance on all routes, except on late-night

Claiming your discount

Guernsey residents can claim their discount with an Ormer card:
use an Ormer card for travel – using our range of discounted pre-paid journeys
show your Ormer card and pay cash – we accept Ormer cards as proof of entitlement to the discounted fare – there is no need to add credit to your card if you don’t want to.

Please note: From 7 October 2013 passengers will no longer be asked to prove residency, it will be a
case of having an Ormer card to access the residents’ discount.

Ormer card top ups 

You can choose between:

  • New! Five journey top up for £5 (£1 per journey)
  • New! Ten journey top up for £10 (£1 per journey)
  • Twenty journey top up costing £17 (85p per journey)
  • Fifty journey top up costing £30 (just 60p per journey).

Top ups are available at the kiosk or on the buses from the driver. You can find out more about ormer cards here  

Free travel for Guernsey residents over 65

People over the age of 65 who are residents of Guernsey, Alderney or Herm can travel free on buses if they show the driver suitable identification, such as their medical insurance card. This does not apply to older people visiting the Island.

Travel for very young children

One child for each fare-paying adult is carried free without a seat up to their third birthday

Our full terms and conditions of carriage can be found here.

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