Lost Bus Card in Copenhagen!

by Ethel Oro
(Denmark)

Hello Good day. What will I do if I lost my bus card? How can I have it again? Do I need to pay again.


Response: Hi. If you are talking about a klippekort or regular ticket and you lost it, than you will not be able to get a new one without buying it. If you are talking about a period pass card/monthly card, than you can contact Movia at www.movia.dk and they can help you get a new card. You will need to be able to provide proof that you bought a new card. Good idea to make a copy of your bus card and keep it in a safe place at home. They may give you a new one Free, but be prepared to only get a partial credit or none at all. It is up to Movia.


Charlie - Expat in Denmark

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