University of Suffolk
No matter how often you travel, if you get to uni on our buses around Ipswich, you’ll save money with one of our great value passes…available at exclusive discounted prices to all students at University of Suffolk.
Your pass lets you use our buses whenever you like, as much as you like including weekends, evenings and half term holidays…ideal for college, a trip to the shops, meeting your mates and much more.
You can buy the tickets below at exclusive University of Suffolk prices in either of the following ways:
1...Direct to your smartphone using the First mTickets app
Available to download today from your app store. Simply set up an account, buy your ticket (from the Eastern Counties Communities area) and confirm your UOS email address within 28 days.
For help with getting started, see the step by step guide below.
2...From the First Travel Centre in the Old Cattle Market Bus Station
Just take along your UOS student ID or offer letter when you go in to get your ticket. We're open Monday - Friday 0830 to 1400 and 1450 to 1700.
Ticket Prices for 2018-19 Academic Year
+ Ipswich Zone
|Felixstowe or Woodbridge & Melton
+ Ipswich Zone
+ Ipswich Zone
|Ipswich Park & Ride|
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|Valid on all of our Ipswich services (including Park & Ride) as far as Great Blakenham, Tuddenham, Martlesham and Nacton Crossroads.
Download a PDF of the Ipswich Zone map here
|Valid on all of our Ipswich services (including Park & Ride) plus the whole of services 63, 64 & 65 as far as Aldeburgh.||Valid on all of our Ipswich services (including Park & Ride) plus the whole of services 75, 76, 77 & X7 as far as Felixstowe
the whole of services 64 & 65, 800 or 70 & 70A as far as Woodbridge & Melton.
|Valid on all First Ipswich routes plus the whole of services 88 & 89 as far as Stowmarket.||Valid on Ipswich Park & Ride buses between London Road P&R and Martlesham P&R.|
Trio 3-Term tickets are valid for the entire academic year - different start and end dates will apply each year.
Solo 1-Term tickets are valid for the duration of each of the Autumn Term, Spring & Summer terms - different dates apply for each academic year.
It’s really easy to buy your University of Suffolk ticket using our mTicket app. Just follow the simple steps below and you’ll be ready to tap, show & go!
1) Download the app from your app store
2) Create an account by entering some simple details. You’ll need to register this to your University of Suffolk email address in order to let us know that you’re a student at the uni and that you can have access to these great prices.
If you don’t have this yet then it’s fine to use your normal email address to start with but you will have to change it to and confirm your UOS address within 30 days to keep your ticket active.
Unfortunately, if for any reason you can’t confirm your email address in this time your ticket will be cancelled and you will be charged the full price for the equivalent Adult FirstMonth ticket plus an admin fee.
3) Select the area called ‘Eastern Counties Communities’ from the list available. Then select ‘University of Suffolk’.
4) Choose and buy your ticket following the simple steps within the app. A parent or carer can also buy the ticket for you at this stage, using their credit or debit card.
5) When you’ve purchased your ticket it will appear in your ‘Ticket Wallet’. Then, simply open the app, open the wallet, tap on the ticket and show the screen to the driver every time you get on the bus.
A couple of things we should mention...
If you upgrade to the latest snazzy phone at any time whilst your ticket is still valid then we can move your ticket to your new phone. Just download the app onto the new device and give our dedicated mTickets team a call on 0345 602 0121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, the same applies if you lose your phone - we can transfer it to your replacement in a matter of seconds.
Oh, and just so that you know…if your phone is out of battery, broken, left at home or lost, you’ll have to buy a ticket from the driver to get on the bus.