Single-ride fares apply to tickets that are bought for exactly one ride on a given
Free vs. Premium
- In the “Free“ version, a price model does not have fields for VAT models. Instead, the default VAT is set globally. Also, there are not fields for discount models in the “Free“ version.
- Multi-ride tickets are only available in the “Premium“ version, therefore the multi-ride ticket prices are also only available there.
Single-ride ticket fares
When you’ve created your
This is pretty simple: Go to Administration area›Sale›Single-ride ticket fares and click create new to create a new price model
On the edit view, you will see fields for common
Configure available tariffs
This table allows you to define on which relations you want to sell which
Name: The name is only used internally when assigning the price model to a tour.Route: It is mandatory to select the correct route for the price model. After selecting the route, the relations table will be generated.Relation: Activate the checkbox in the black bar to sell tickets on this relation.
When the price model is saved, it may take up to 15 minutes before the system recognizes activated or deactivated relations.
Multi-ride ticket fares
Go to Administration area›Sale›Multi-ride ticket fares and click create new to create a new price model
The edit view is widely identical to the one of a route price model (see above). The are only a few differences:
- Instead of selecting a route, you select a departure and a destination station.
- Instead of activating/deactivating a route’s relations, you can activate or deactivate multi-ride ticket types.
Discount modelscannot be applied to a multi-ride ticket, because we don’t know when such a ticket will be used or what utilisationthe bus will have at that time.