Save money with a free busID card
Young people aged 5-18 can get free busID cards. They can either use their card to save money on cash fares, or they can upload e-tickets onto them.
A safe and enjoyable journey
To get a busID card for your child, download the form below (or pop into 1 Stop Travel or 43 Conway Street, most secondary schools have the forms as well) and bring the completed form, along with a passport photo and proof of date of birth (either birth certificate, passport or medical card, copies are acceptable), into 1 Stop Travel where the card will be processed while you wait.
Alternatively you can send the documents to us via post to 43 Conway Street, Hove, BN3 3LT, however this can take up to 5 working days to be sent back to you.
Other savings in East Sussex and Kent
Young people living in East Sussex or Kent can also get these discounts:
Under 19s living in East Sussex can get a free 3i-D card. This lets them buy a Freedom ticket from bus drivers for £16. Freedom Tickets last for 7 days.
They can be used on services 12, 12A, 12X, 13X, 14, 14A, 14B, 14C, 27, 27B, 27C, 28, 29, 29B, 29X and school buses 76A, 92 and 494. The Freedom ticket is also issued and accepted on all East Sussex services, regardless of the bus company.Get a 3i-D card
Young Person’s Travel Pass
11-16 year olds can apply for a Kent Young Person’s Travel Pass. This gives them free travel on journeys starting and/or finishing in Kent on weekdays between 6am and 7pm (except in August). Note that there’s an application fee.Get a Young Person’s Travel Pass
Over 16s in school, college and training can apply for a 16+ Travelcard. This gives them free travel on journeys starting and/or finishing in Kent at all times. Note that there’s an application fee.Get a 16+ Travelcard