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Cheaper bus fares with the 3in1 Card

All West Sussex pupils and students aged 5-19 can apply for a 3in1 Card to get cheaper
bus travel and other great discounts, plus proof of age ID.

If you're aged 5-19, and live and study in West Sussex, you can apply for a 3in1 card,
which has already given over 40,000 young people the following amazing benefits:

1 - cheaper bus fares - get reduced bus fares at all times of the day or week!
2– proof of age - Citizencard proof of age to use in shops and other outlets - no more having to carry your passport around!
3 - loads of discounts - The County Council have teamed up with many retailers to offer discounts to 3in1 cardholders!

There is now a £50 fee for the 3in1 card, which is paid upon each application (unless your family meets certain low income criteria).

To apply and find out more visit or email or call 01243 777330.

Student rail discount

Students aged 16-19 in full-time further education (sixth form or college) can apply for a
free Sussex Student Card to get a one-third discount off rail season tickets (conditions

What is the Sussex Student Card?

The Sussex Student Card confirms that you are a student aged 16 or over, attending a school 6th form, 6th form college or a college of further education, and living in the Sussex area (East Sussex, West Sussex or Brighton & Hove).

Each card has a unique number. If you wish to apply for a rail season ticket under the Rail Season Ticket Discount Scheme you must include this number as part of your application.

The card must be carried when using a rail season ticket purchased under the discount scheme.

Click here to find out more and download an application form.

Send your completed form to:

Securit World (Attn. of Ally Tillman)
Unit 14B
Wildmere Industrial Estate
OX16 3JU

Phone: 020 8266 3300

Enclose your photograph and self-addressed envelope. You must also include the name of the local authority for your area.

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