TITSA launches new promotion ‘Treintañeros’ for retirees

The Cabildo of Tenerife, together with Transportes Intercity Tenerife (TITSA), and the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is launching a new edition of the promotional campaign Treintañeros from Monday, June 13, up to September 30. The purpose being to promote retirees to use the bus when traveling during the summer months.


The campaign allows people whose pension does not exceed 900 euros to save 70% on the cost of travel, called #clubdelos30. This way they can access the same discounts that the over 65s on low incomes benefit through the current bonus scheme.

The president of the Cabildo of Tenerife, Carlos Alonso, stresses this campaign is part of the improvements that are to be gradually developed over the island. “This is progress in the development of social policies for this group in recognition of the efforts seniors have contributed to so much, not only in the past but also in the recent period of crisis.”

This initiative is a continuation of the campaign launched March to September 2015 and was repeated at the end of last year in order to facilitate Christmas shopping.

In total, the Cabildo of Tenerife will sell 2,000 tickets for interurban and tram lines while Santa Cruz will offer another 1,000 tickets for urban lines, which are available until 30 September or while stocks last in both cases.

Intercity bonos will be priced at 12 euros and can be purchased at the information offices and sales TITSA stations in Costa Adeje, Puerto de la Cruz, La Laguna and the exchange in Santa Cruz (2nd floor and main lobby). Applicants must provide the original (not copy) of the receipt of the monthly pension and ID. Meanwhile, bonos for urban lines will cost 7 euros and may only be requested by retired residents in the municipality of Santa Cruz.

The above  was originally posted diario de tenerife
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