- 1 Does 7 Eleven sell go cards?
- 2 Is Go card being phased out?
- 3 Can I travel without a go card?
- 4 How do I apply for a concession go card online?
- 5 What happens if you forget to tap off Go card?
- 6 Can I use my debit card on Brisbane buses?
- 7 Can you use credit card on Brisbane trains?
- 8 Is Go card free?
- 9 Can I use my credit card instead of Opal?
- 10 Do old age pensioners get free train travel?
- 11 Do you have to register a go card?
- 12 What age does a child need a go card?
Does 7 Eleven sell go cards?
Most 7-Eleven stores will stop providing go card services as of Saturday 31 October. In a note, Translink informed that is a commercial decision taken by 7-Eleven and that it is working with other store owners to expand the go card retailer network.
Is Go card being phased out?
Queensland’s $134 million, 10-year-old Go Card ticketing system is set to be eventually replaced by a tap-and-go bank card and smartphone payment service. It is hoped phasing out Go Cards will streamline payments and allow commuters to travel with one less travel card. The Go Card currently costs $10 to purchase.
Can I travel without a go card?
If you don’t have an Opal card or contactless payment card or device, you will need to buy an Opal single trip ticket to travel.
How do I apply for a concession go card online?
How do I apply for concession fares in SEQ? You can apply for concession fares online or over the phone by calling 13 12 30 anytime. If you have registered your go card, simply login to your online account and click the ‘My Details’ tab and enter your concession details to apply.
What happens if you forget to tap off Go card?
When you touch off, your fare is automatically deducted from your card balance. The card reader will display your fare, along with your remaining balance. If you forget to touch on or off, you may be charged a fixed fare at the end of your trip.
Can I use my debit card on Brisbane buses?
A new high-tech payment method is being rolled out on public transport across Queensland. Commuters will soon be able to use their contactless debit or credit cards, smartphones and smart watches to pay for trips in addition to go card and paper tickets.
Can you use credit card on Brisbane trains?
You can use new Smart Ticketing payment methods by tapping on and off using a Visa, Mastercard or American Express contactless debit or credit card, smartphone or smart watch to pay for adult fares across G:link. Learn more about new ways to pay on G:link.
Is Go card free?
Apply for a Seniors card + go Seniors Card + go is FREE so you won’t pay the usual $5 refundable deposit. To apply: visit the Seniors Card website. call 13 74 68.
Can I use my credit card instead of Opal?
Contactless is a quick and easy way to pay for your trip on public transport on the Opal network. If you have an American Express, Mastercard or Visa credit or debit card or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and tapping off at Opal readers.
Do old age pensioners get free train travel?
Pensioners-only free train travel If you are a NSW pensioner, you can use your four free one-way travel entitlements on NSW TrainLink Economy services within NSW without paying a booking fee. A 15% booking fee (min. $10) applies if you upgrade to First Class.
Do you have to register a go card?
You can still travel using your go card, even if you haven’t registered it online. Registering your go card gives you peace of mind. If your go card is lost or stolen, your travel balance will be protected as soon as you advise TransLink by calling 13 12 30.
What age does a child need a go card?
Children aged 3 years and under travel free on public transport in NSW. Children aged 4 – 15 years are entitled to concession fares. Fulltime students aged 16 years and older holding a Transport Concession Entitlement Card also pay concession fares.