Department for TransportYour concessionary travel pass will be issued by the authority who administers you local concessionary travel scheme. If you currently have a bus pass, your national pass will be issued by the same authority that issues you present pass.
DirectgovIf you are 60 or over or are 'eligible disabled', you may be entitled to free off-peak travel on local buses anywhere in England. Find out about free bus travel and about the travel concessions some local authorities offer children and young people.
Transport for ScotlandTransport Scotland is responsible for running the national concessionary travel scheme which has provided FREE bus travel throughout Scotland for many older and disabled people since April 2006.
London CouncilsFreedom Pass is provided by your local borough councils to give older and disabled Londoners free travel on almost all public transport in London.
Senior RailcardYour Senior Railcard will give you savings on a wide range of tickets including ALL First Class and Standard Advance fares. Why not use our journey planner to see what savings you can make? Order online and we’ll post your Railcard to you - once it’s arrived the savings start!
National ExpressIf you're 60 or over you automatically qualify for concessionary fares. Throughout the year during off peak travel times you will get up to a 50% discount on coach services to destinations within England and Wales. Coach services to and from Scotland from any departure point in England and Wales are also included.
TranslinkEligible Persons: All men and women 65 years of age or over, who are residents in Northern Ireland, for 3 months or more, and are in possession of a Senior SmartPass are entitled to free travel within Northern Ireland. You can also enjoy free cross border travel. This scheme is paid for by the Department for Regional Development.
TV LicensingYou're entitled to a free over 75 TV Licence when you turn 75. If you're 74, you can apply for a short-term licence to cover you up to your 75th birthday.
Residents may qualify for a discounted TV Licence fee of £7.50. Residents, staff and residents' families all need a separate licence for their own living area.