The one and only way for under 19s to travel on each and every bus in West Yorkshire

Enjoy unlimited travel with cheaper MySingle, MyDay, MyWeek and MyMonth MCard tickets for anywhere, anytime travel on any bus within West Yorkshire.

Travelling has never been easier for Under 19s in West Yorkshire with a simplified fare structure across all West Yorkshire buses.

Check out the Under 19s page on the MCard website



MySingle tickets (Maximum capped prices)

Ticket type Price
Short journey single fare (less than a mile) 60p
Medium journey single fare (up to 5 miles) £1.20 (available to buy on the MCard Mobile App)
Inter-urban/city journey single fare (over 5 miles) £1.80

MySingle tickets can be purchased on-board the bus on the day of use or buy in advance from your bus operator’s mobile app. The £1.20 fare is also available via the MCard Mobile app.

See the full list of Operators

Buying tickets on the MCard Mobile App is the most convenient way to buy tickets. Under 19 daily, weekly and monthly tickets are available to purchase via the MCard Mobile App.

If you don’t have a smartphone and therefore unable to use the MCard Mobile App, you can apply for an under 19 PhotoCard which can be loaded with daily, weekly or monthly tickets for just buses, or buses and trains within West Yorkshire.

Bus Only - Countywide travel, valid anytime

Daily tickets

Ticket type Price
MySingle ticket (medium journey, up to 5 miles) £1.20
MyDay 1 ticket £2.50
MyDay 3 tickets £7.20
MyDay 5 tickets £11.75
MyDay 10 tickets £22.50

Weekly and monthly tickets

Ticket type Price
MyWeek ticket £9.00
MyMonth ticket £35.00

MyTerm, MyAcademic Year and MyYear - Available on the MCard Mobile App

Ticket type Price
MyTerm 1 (1 Sep - 31 Dec) £126.00
MyTerm 2 (1 Jan - 31 Mar) £99.75
MyTerm 3 (1 Apr - 31 Jul) £99.75
MyAcademic Year (01 Sept - 31 Jul) £300.00
MyYear (12 months) £320.00

Bus and Train

Weekly and monthly tickets

Check out your zones

Ticket type Price
Weekly Countywide Bus & Rail Zones 1 - 5 ticket £28.20
Monthly Countywide Bus & Rail Zones 1 - 5 ticket £104.50

Identification 

If you are wearing a school uniform or look under 19, you should not be asked for proof of ID to use a young person’s ticket on the bus.  However, if you are not wearing a school uniform and look over 18, your bus driver might ask for identification to prove entitlement to use your concessionary ticket. It’s best to have an Under 19 PhotoCard, but you can also show another form of identification such as a passport, driver’s licence or NUS card.