Concessions

There are a range of concessionary travel schemes throughout Fife and to use them, you'll need a MyFife card. Your MyFife card will display one or more of the following symbols in the bottom right-hand corner:

An orange capital C
This symbol on your card means you are entitled to free Scotland-wide bus travel and discounted off peak rail travel between any two rail stations in Fife for £1 per single journey.


An orange plus one symbol
The +1 symbol on your card means a companion can travel with you free on the bus and also means your companion can accompany you for half fare between any two rail stations in Fife.

Black and white half obscured eye image


The eye symbol will be on your card if you are severely sight-impaired (blind) or sight-impaired (partially sighted) and indicates that you are entitled to free Scotland-wide bus travel, free rail travel within Scotland, free travel on the Edinburgh tram route and free ferry travel within Scotland.

Purple and yellow Young Scot logo

If your card shows the 'Young Scot' and 'Pass' Logo and you are aged between 11 and 21, you will be eligible for free bus travel throughout Scotland (if your card has been activated). Full time volunteers between 22 and 26 are entitled to a discount on the bus. If you are aged between 16 and 18 or a full time volunteer, you’ll be entitled to a discount on trains throughout Scotland.

No symbol (aged 5 to 10) If your card has been activated for travel then you will be eligible for free bus travel throughout Scotland.

Depending on the symbol, you may be entitled to the following benefits:

Additionally, the following may be useful whether you are a Myfife NEC cardholder or not:

For further information on Transport Scotland's Concessionary Travel Scheme, please click here.

For up-to-date information and frequently asked questions (FAQs) about your Scottish National Entitlement card, please click here.