Flexi 5 / 10

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Trailing it in Sunderland

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(29 Jul 2021, 4:28 pm)idiot Wrote: Trailing it in Sunderland

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You see, I prefer this to GNE's offering as it gives you longer to use the tickets. As a somewhat irregular bus user, having to use five tickets within a month (or twenty-eight days) would probably mean I would lose out. A year (or even six months) is a far better proposition.
(29 Jul 2021, 8:37 pm)MurdnunoC Wrote: You see, I prefer this to GNE's offering as it gives you longer to use the tickets. As a somewhat irregular bus user, having to use five tickets within a month (or twenty-eight days) would probably mean I would lose out. A year (or even six months) is a far better proposition.

I agree. I like the idea of the Flexi 5, but I ended up using two of my GNE tickets on a 'use them or lose them' basis, as plans changed and I couldn't go into the office.

Even six months, and the option to buy larger multiples, would be ideal.

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(29 Jul 2021, 10:10 pm)Adrian Wrote: I agree. I like the idea of the Flexi 5, but I ended up using two of my GNE tickets on a 'use them or lose them' basis, as plans changed and I couldn't go into the office.

Even six months, and the option to buy larger multiples, would be ideal.

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A couple of times I've had to leave a few tickets go to waste as I didn't have time to use them within the month. To the point that I don't even bother with the Flexi5 ticket anymore, I'd rather pay more for a day ticket than let it go to waste