Summer Hot Offers on Expressway Route 2 travelling from Wexford to Enniscorthy, Gorey and Arklow
Bus Éireann has introduced reduced fares on its Expressway Route 2 service for customers travelling from Wexford to Enniscorthy, Gorey and Arklow, with sizzling summer offers for our customers to avail of. Take the Route 2 to some of the stunning Ancient East sites such as Enniscorthy Castle or Wicklow Gaol.
The summer fare promotion is in full swing and will be available for our customers until the end of September. To snap up great value fares, customers can buy tickets in our local travel centre or on-board the bus from the driver but for even more savings, book online at www.buseireann.ie and get an extra 5% discount.
Promotional fare on single tickets are:
- Wexford to Enniscorthy: €5
- Wexford to Ferns: €10
- Wexford to Gorey: €10
- Wexford to Arklow: €10
*Add your Return journey and have even more savings…….
The main features of Expressway Route 2 from Wexford to Arklow include:
- Limited stop services with shorter journey times
- Daily regular services
- Reduced running time across the day
- Motorway service
- Free Wi-Fi
- Comfortable seats
- Our comprehensive network offers a cost-effective alternative to driving, tolls, car parking fees and increased car restrictions
- Route 2 service operates via the motorway to Dublin city and Dublin Airport.
Bus Éireann’s Expressway services provide high quality, direct, regular coach services from destinations across the country. All Expressway services offer free Wi-Fi and the company’s most modern vehicles feature extra comfort seats and charging points at selected seats.
"Expressway has introduced these great value summer fares to say thank you to our loyal Route 2 customers who travel with us. The service offers faster journey times with free Wi-Fi, reclining seats and hassle free travel without fuel, toll or parking costs,” said Martin Walsh, Bus Éireann, Regional Manager, South.
For more information on the Expressway way better service, please check out www.buseireann.ie
Friday, 8th July, 2016