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Contactless payments on the 111
No Change? No Problem!
From tomorrow morning contactless payments can be made on our 111 service which connects East Lothian to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
We introduced contactless on our 108 service to Fort Kinnaird 3 weeks ago, the first route in East Lothian to do so, and it's proving Increasingly popular with our passengers. We accept all Visa and MasterCards as well as both Apple and Google Pay.
Contactless payments on the 108
We have exciting news!!
From tomorrow morning, Monday 23rd July, passengers using our 108 Haddington to Fort Kinnaird service will be able to pay using contactless. Our new head of marketing, Tam the Ram, has been helping test the system.
New timetables for 108, 110 & 111
Our timetables are changing on our 108, 110 and 111 services along with the introduction of a new shorter 111X.
The changes take place on the 28th May 2018 for the 108 Haddington to Fort Knnaird route. Two weeks later on Monday 11th June the 110 and 111/X will change. On the same date all 122 journeys will be renumbered as 110.
Visit our Service Changes page for full details and new timetables
Green Ticks Certification
We were delighted to be sent our Green Ticks accreditation certificate by Bright Green Business today.
We take our environmental impact very seriously, running the latest Eco-friendly buses, using harvested rainwater to wash our fleet amongst many other initiatives.
We're extremely proud to be helping promote this years Haddington 700, which celebrates the 700th anniversary of the signing of a charter by King Robert the Bruce.
Look out for one of our 108 buses adorned with the logo and 'Robert the Bruce'
UK Bus Awards 2017
We're absolutely delighted to have won the Silver award in the Top Independent Operator category at this years UK Bus Awards. The announcement was made on Tuesday 21st November at The Troxy, a restored art deco cinema, in London.
The judges commented "Prentice Coaches punches well above its weight for a small operator, offering its customers free wifi, developing it's own app and having a very effective social media presence. They were pleased to see the company take over routes abandoned by other operators at short notice and turning them around into profitable services"