National Express West Midlands have launched a range of discounted fares on their mTicket phone app.

National Express West Midlands have launched a range of discounted fares on their mTicket phone app, which allows passengers to get their tickets direct to their iPhone and Android devices.

The mTicket application, which was launched earlier this year, offers excellent value for an evening out this Christmas. An Evening Saver is just £2.50 for unlimited bus travel after 6pm for one person, whilst for groups, an Evening5 ticket gives amazing value at just £4 for up to five people after 6pm. With buses running until late at night, you and your friends can get to and from your Christmas party without any hassle.

For shoppers, a special £3.50 mTicket fare gives unlimited bus travel for one person after midday on weekdays, and anytime on Saturday or Sunday, so you can get to the shops without the hassle and cost of parking.

‘No parking, no driving no worries’ is the message from National Express West Midlands this festive season. So download the app, forget about searching for change, and jump on board. Visit for more information.

To download the app search for ‘NXBus mTicket’ in the App Store or Google Play and make sure your phone has enough battery for your entire journey in order to be able to show your mTicket as requested.

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