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Single fare tickets (1.70 €) can be purchased from the driver on the bus although you shouldn't expect to receive change. The best thing to do is buy packages of 5/10 tickets for 5.90/11.30€ or a daily/weekly pass for 4.30/11.30€ from TBC Agencies (French: Espace TBC) at Gare Saint-Jean, Gambetta and Quinconces, all trips are good for one hour of unlimited transfers - you must validate your ticket each time you change buses/trams. You can also purchase these tickets from the automated machines at the tramway stops, all machines will accept coins and some of them will accept chip debit/credit cards. To qualify for the reduced student price of 6.30€ for 10 trips you need to be a student IN Bordeaux and purchase an ID card (July 2010).
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Single fare tickets (1.50 €) can be purchased from the driver on the bus although you shouldn't expect to receive change. The best thing to do is buy packages of 5/10 tickets for 5.90/11.30€ or a daily/weekly pass for 4.30/11.30€ from TBC Agencies (French: Espace TBC) at Gare Saint-Jean, Gambetta and Quinconces, all trips are good for one hour of unlimited transfers - you must validate your ticket each time you change buses/trams. You can also purchase these tickets from the automated machines at the tramway stops, all machines will accept coins and some of them will accept chip debit/credit cards. To qualify for the reduced student price of 6.30€ for 10 trips you need to be a student IN Bordeaux and purchase an ID card (July 2010).
  
 
If you are driving a car note that TBC offers parking (called Parc-relais) included in the fare at specific tram stations. [http://www.infotbc.com/le-reseau-tbc/parc-relais/parc-relais-tout-public]
 
If you are driving a car note that TBC offers parking (called Parc-relais) included in the fare at specific tram stations. [http://www.infotbc.com/le-reseau-tbc/parc-relais/parc-relais-tout-public]

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