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Moderate increases to season ticket prices from 14 January

The price for adult 30-day season tickets will increase by EUR 3 on 14 January. There will be no increase in the price of single tickets and day tickets. The prices for annual tickets, auto-renewing saver subscriptions and season tickets for those aged 70 or over will decrease.

In many cases, a season ticket is a more economical option than single tickets, as a 30-day season ticket will be cheaper if you make more than three return journeys per week. It is therefore a good idea to add together your work and leisure journeys when considering which ticket is best for you.

View the table for 2021 ticket prices.
On our online service, the new prices will be updated on 14 January, when the new prices take effect.

The cheapest way to get a season ticket: buy an auto-renewing saver subscription or annual ticket

The prices for annual tickets (360-day season tickets) and auto-renewing saver subscriptions will fall on 14 January. They are the cheapest way to get a season ticket. A season ticket that is valid all the time is also convenient as it enables you to travel without having to remember to purchase a new ticket  or consider the price of the journey every time you travel. 

New discount ticket for those aged 70 and over

From 14 January, people aged 70 and over will be able to buy season tickets at a 45 per cent discount. At the same time, the time-based discount on single tickets and zone extension tickets will be withdrawn.

Season tickets also for children aged 7 to 12 years in the HSL app

From 14 January, season tickets for children aged 7 to 12 will be available on the HSL app, provided that the child has their own banking credential. The ticket can also be paid with a parent’s payment card.

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