Contactless Increased

Paying onboard with Contactless Payment

06 May 2020

To encourage safer ticket transactions, we're asking customers to pay by Contactless Payment methods where possible at the moment to reduce the need for cash handling onboard our services.

You can pay by Contactless Payment Card, Apple or Android Pay on all Hallmark Bus services. We recently increased the payment limit on Contactless Payment to £45, so you can use your card to purchase any onboard tickets up the this value.

You can also use your mobile phone as your bus pass. It's quick and easy to sign up and purchase m-tickets on the go using the Hallmark Bus App. You can pre-purchase your ticket at any time and keep it in your app wallet. Simply activate your ticket when you are ready to travel and show and scan the m-ticket from your phone.

If you are new to M-tickets download our guide to buying m-tickets here.

If you are unable to use contactless or mobile tickets we are still accepting cash payments on-board at the moment. However, to reduce cash handling further at this time, we are unable issue any change to passengers, therefore we ask you to please have correct fare available.


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