How to pay
Nysse offers many ways to pay for the trips. Paying with cash will cease on the 6th of June 2022, but there is still a lot of options, even for a single ticket.
Confirm your right to travel on each of your trips. An inspection fee (€ 80) may be charged for passengers traveling without a ticket.
On Nysse’s travel card you can load in
- value that you can use to pay for
- a single ticket
- a night fare (from 12am to 4.40am)
- some of the public sports services
- a season ticket (30/90/360 days), which you can use to travel without limits throughout its duration.
You can use the travel card to pay for your trip on buses, trams and trains operating in Nysse payment zones.
You can use Nysse Mobiili -app to buy
- a single ticket, 90 min (night fare added from 12am to 4.40am)
- a day ticket 24h
- a 30-day ticket for students.
Download Nysse Mobiili -app
You can use mobile ticket to pay for your trip on buses, trams and trains operating in the Nysse payment zones.
You can use contactless payment to pay for your trip on buses and trams. Contactless payment uses debit or credit card or a mobile device with a contactless payment application on it. You can only pay for one person’s trip or trips at a time with contactless payment.
Advance ticket is a paper ticket that you can buy before your trip in advance from our sales points or from Nysse customer service.
The ticket includes bus and tram trips for 90 minutes in selected zones (validity starts from your first trip).
The advance ticket must be used within 3 months from the date of purchase. You can use advance tickets to pay for your trip on buses and trams.
The Nysse event ticket combines a public transport ticket and an event admission ticket. The event admission ticket includes a Nysse ticket and can be used to travel on buses and trams (and, depending on the event, also on trains) before and after the event. A separate travel ticket is not needed.