If you’re eligible to apply for a senior concessionary card, and you can apply up to 14 days before you are eligible for the senior concessionary card, you can apply online, by post or in person at the Travel Centre (now located in the Nottingham Tourism and Travel Centre). 


Apply online

You can now apply for your senior concessionary card online. 

Apply for your card online

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Apply at the Travel Centre

Address:
Nottingham Tourism and Travel Centre
1-4 Smithy Row (next to Old Market Square)
Nottingham
NG1 2BY

Opening times:

9.30am – 5.15pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (except bank holidays)

10.30am – 5.15pm
Wednesday

You will need to take with you:

  • Proof of your address (e.g. a bank statement, utility bill, Council Tax bill (dated within the last 3 months), television licence)
  • Proof of your age (e.g. passport, letter of pension entitlement, medical card, birth certificate, driving licence)
  • Your National Insurance number as this is required on the application form

Whilst you’re there, your photograph will be taken for your new card and once your application has been processed, your card will be posted to your home address. This can take up to 10 working days. Please note: due to the COVID-19 outbreak, processing your concessionary card may take a little longer than usual, and at the moment may take up to 20 working days to process.

You can download the application form in advance 

This allows you to print it out and fill it in before visiting the travel centre. This form is a writable PDF and can therefore be completed on a computer without having to print out the form and write the information by hand.


 Senior Pass Age of Eligibility

Date of Birth

Date of Eligibility

6th June 1954 to 5th July 1954

6th March 2020

6th July 1954 to 5th August 1954

6th May 2020

6th August 1954 to 5th September 1954

6th July 2020

6th September 1954 to 5th October 1954

6th September 2020

6th October 1954 onwards

66th Birthday

Face coverings on public transport

From 27 January 2022, face coverings are no longer required by law. However, the government still recommends that you wear a face covering in most indoor places and on public transport. 

Whilst they are no longer mandatory, we strongly encourage you to wear a face covering when travelling on the public transport network in Nottingham, unless you are medically exempt.