Travelcards: Day tickets

Our collection of day tickets provide money saving ways for tourists, families, and daytrippers to explore the region. Buy a ticket in the morning (all day on weekends, after 09:00 Monday to Friday) and use as many times as you like that day.

All Day ticket

The All Day ticket gives you one day unlimited travel on the Subway for just £4.00. It is available all day, every day of the week, and is a great way to explore Glasgow. Remember, it’s even cheaper if you go Smart.

Price: £4.00 from any Subway station

Mackintosh Trail

One day unlimited travel and free access to all Charles Rennie Mackintosh attractions in Glasgow with the Mackintosh Trail Ticket.
Price: £10

About the Mackintosh Trail

Where to buy

As well as online, you can also buy your ticket from:


Charles Rennie Mackintosh attractions include:

  • The Hill House, Helensbugh (seasonal opening)
  • Ruchill Church Hall (seasonal opening)
  • The Mackintosh Church at Queen’s Cross
  • The Mackintosh House at the Hunterian Art Gallery
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
  • The Willow Tea Rooms
  • The Glasgow School of Art
  • Martyr’s Public School (by appointment)
  • The Lighthouse
  • House for an Art Lover
  • Scotland Street School Museum
  • Daily Record Building (external viewing)

Roundabout ticket

The Roundabout ticket gives one-day unlimited travel by rail and Subway to over 110 stations in the Greater Glasgow area [PDF, 1.2mb]. Roundabout Tickets are valid after 09:00 Monday to Friday and all day at weekends and Glasgow public holidays.

Price: £6.50 for adults and £3.25 for kids from staffed ScotRail stations, on-train ticket staff or SPT travel centres.

Download a Roundabout map [PDF, 1.2mb]

Daytripper ticket

The Daytripper ticket gives you unlimited travel for one day by rail, Subway, most buses*, and some ferries in the Strathclyde region. Tickets are valid after 9.00am on Monday to Friday and all day at the weekends and on Glasgow public holidays.

Price: £20.30 for two adults and up to four children or £11.50 for one adult and up to two children from any staffed rail station or SPT travel centre.

How to use: Daytripper tickets can be bought in advance or on the day. Simply rub off the year, month, date and day when you start your first journey. Remember to seal down the plastic cover or your ticket will not be valid! Tickets must be redeemed within the valid ticket period – no refunds or replacements will be given once expired.

Download a Daytripper map [PDF, 134kb]

Participating operators

The operators who welcome Daytripper tickets are:

This table lists the contact telephone numbers for participating rail operators in the Daytripper ticket scheme.
Rail operators Telephone enquiries
ScotRail 08457 48 49 50
Subway 0141 333 3159


This table lists the contact telephone numbers for participating bus operators in the Daytripper ticket scheme.
Bus operators Telephone enquiries
First Edinburgh 0871 200 22 33
First Glasgow 0141 420 7600
Garelochhead Minibuses 01436 810200
Stagecoach Fife Scottish 0871 200 22 33
Stagecoach Glasgow 0871 200 22 33
Stagecoach Western Buses 0871 200 22 33
Stuart’s Coaches 01555 773533
Whitelaws Coaches 01698 792800
Wilsons of Rhu 01436 820300
This table lists the contact telephone numbers for participating ferry operators in the Daytripper ticket scheme.
Ferry operators Telephone enquiries
(Kilcreggan & Renfrew Ferries)
0871 705 0888

The Daytripper ticket is also valid on all SPT supported services.

Please note: calls to 0845 numbers will be charged at 2p per min (inc VAT) plus your telecoms providers access charge.