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Our Corporate Metro Season Ticket scheme will help your staff make significant savings on their travel to work. And the best part is it won’t cost you a penny. Simply buy discounted all zones annual Metro Season Tickets on behalf of your staff and recoup the costs over the year from their salary. This gives your staff all the cost saving benefits of an annual Metro Season Ticket, with the convenience of being able to spread the cost.
There’s no minimum purchase quantity and the more you order, the more cash your employees will save. It’s as simple as that. Don’t forget, Corporate Metro Season Tickets and Metro Business Passes are also valid on the Shields Ferry, on Quaylink buses in the Quaylink Central Zone** and the Newcastle to Sunderland rail line***.
**Central Zone covers Q1 and Q2 between Central Station and Gateshead Interchange, and Q3 between Haymarket Bus Station and St Peter's Basin.
***You need a special ticket to accompany your smartcard to travel between Newcastle and Sunderland on Northern Rail. Collect yours at any Nexus TravelShop.
For more information email [email protected] or call our Corporate Sales Representative direct on (0191) 203 3225 or (0191) 203 3491.
New for 2020
Up to three children aged 11 and under can travel for free on Metro at weekends when accompanied by a fare paying adult.
To view ticket terms and conditions click here.
***Important information about requests for refunds during the coronavirus pandemic***
We’re receiving a lot of requests for refunds on Corporate Metro Season Tickets as people are responding to the government advice to work from home where possible and to only travel if essential.
Nexus is of course also affected by the effects of the pandemic, with staff working from home, without access to all systems. This means that we’re currently unable to provide refunds in the way we normally do (including being unable to process or issue cheques).
We’re working on a way to deal with these requests, and will be keeping your corporate scheme representative informed.
It is of course the responsibility of each organisation to manage the payments between themselves and their corporate scheme members.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in this unprecedented situation.