Buy an Arriva one-day carnet ticket and you get another one free

As part of its Buy One Get One Free promotion local bus operator Arriva has announced that for the month of February and until stocks last, anybody with a resident ID Card who purchases a one-day carnet ticket will be receiving two.

“Arriva’s Buy One Get One Free offer is one way in which we want to thank our customers for using our services, while encouraging others who might not have had the chance to travel with us to purchase a carnet ticket and board a bus.

“Indeed, this offer also ties into Arriva’s efforts to encourage more people to leave their cars at home and use public transport, thus avoiding the stress and hassle of driving, traffic congestion and looking for parking. Travelling by bus allows you to travel in comfort, without stress and in safety, and you would also be safeguarding our precious environment from pollution,” said an Arriva spokesman.

Carnet tickets are validated the first time they are used, rather than when they are purchased. Arriva’s carnet tickets can be bought from Arriva’s ticket booths in Valletta, Buġibba and Malta International Airport, Agenda bookstores, Lotto booths, Till Late convenience stores, and from one of the many other authorised outlets around Malta and Gozo (displaying the Arriva Reseller Sticker). This is valid for one-day residential carnet tickets (orange) only and thus is only open to persons in possession of a local ID card, for a limited time until stocks lasts.

In the coming weeks, Arriva will also be announcing further incentives on other carnet tickets for non-residents.


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