Transport single tickets.

by Kristin

I’m confused about single tickets. Is it possible to purchase say four or five at a time to use at different times or days or does one have to search for a ticket office to purchase for every journey. It would be more convenient to purchase a bundle of single use tickets than one at a time

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by: Charlie

You can buy a single ticket in the machines at the stations. You can not buy them in advance. If you live in Denmark consider getting the phone app so you can just buy them quickly and easily on your phone. Cheaper, quicker and more convenient than searching for an available machine and having correct change or finding your Dankort.

Charlie

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