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04th Oct 2023

Calling all students – here’s how to get 50% off your next journey with Expressway

Sarah McKenna Barry

Brought to you by Expressway.

Your next trip home just got a whole lot cheaper.

It’s safe to say that many of us are still feeling the brunt of the cost-of-living crisis.

One group among us that has been hit pretty hard is students. Between college fees, textbooks and rising accommodation prices, it’s safe to say that Irish students are looking for major ways to cut back on their expenses.

To lend a helping hand, Expressway, Bus Eireann’s premium coach service, are offering students of all ages a massive discount of 50% across their fares. But that’s not all. As well as this deal being open to students, young adults between the ages of 19-23 can also avail of the discount, regardless of whether or not they are students.

So, ready to nab some unbelievable savings on travel? Here’s everything you need to know.

Who can avail of 50% off on Expressway?

Students of all ages and young adults between the ages of 19-23 are invited to avail of the 50% discount. You will need to present a valid Student Leap Card or Young Adult Leap Card to the driver.

How can I get 50% off on Expressway?

If you meet the above criteria, you can avail of the 50% discount by booking online right here. Then, when you travel, you’ll need to present your Student Leap Card or Young Adult Leap Card to the driver.

Why choose Expressway?

The 50% discount for students and young adults is just one of the many great reasons to choose Expressway next time you travel. As well as offering affordable routes, Expressway boasts a massive selection of destinations, including Dublin, Dublin Airport, Limerick, Cork, Galway, Tralee, Wexford, Ballina and Sligo. What’s more, passengers on Expressway services can relax into their extra comfort leather seats, while enjoying complimentary WiFi throughout their journey.

You can learn more about travelling with Expressway right here.

Brought to you by Expressway.

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