Ticketpro makes it easy and convenient to buy your long-distance bus tickets.
Planning a trip home this Festive Season? After a tough year of lockdowns and COVID-19 restrictions, many people are looking forward to going home and spending time with their family.
Ticketpro, a leading ticketing company and a member of the Blue Label Telecoms group of companies, has announced that it has added long-distance bus tickets to its portfolio of products and services.
“We are very excited to launch and add long-distance bus ticketing to our portfolio - it’s part of our evolution and strategy in bringing ticketing to the people of South Africa, to make it easier, saving time, saving money and more convenient for South Africans to buy tickets for their bus trips to other provinces and even neighbouring countries,” says Brandon Duffield, managing director of Ticketpro.
Tickets for the following bus-liners can now be purchased from SPAR Payzone Ticketpro kiosks, Sasol Delight garages, Power Fashion stores and Blu Approved outlets across the country.
· City to City
· Eldo Coaches InterCity
· Africa People Mover (APM)
· Watch this space more liners joining soon
In addition to tickets for trips between provinces, consumers can also buy tickets to travel to other southern African countries including Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
While travellers can enjoy competitive pricing, they can also expect to receive bonus airtime when purchasing a long-distance bus ticket from one of the participating retail stores. Also, there are NO booking fees when booking tickets for any of the Tickeptro bus-liner partners.
Ticketpro is South Africa’s first ticketing platform that has created the most accessible and convenient channels for a consumer to purchase tickets in the quest of bringing tickets closer to the people. Ticketpro tickets are available in more than 2200 stores countrywide.
“We are excited to announce the addition of long-haul bus tickets to our offering, just ahead of the festive season holiday. Our aim is to make it cheaper and easier for the many South Africans who rely on bus travel to over these holidays, so they can be with their loved ones,” adds Duffield.