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YOUNG SCOT NATIONAL ENTITLEMENT CARD
As of the 1st of January 2017, all 15-18 year olds will be required to hold a newer version of the Young Scot National Entitlement Card to access reduced bus and rail fares. Young Scot and your local authority are working to upgrade as many cards held by 15-18 year olds as possible.
Please have a look at your young person’s card. The latest version of the cards have a pink strip over the date of birth.
If the card is missing a pink strip then please visit young.scot/upgrade for details on how to upgrade the card and update your picture.
A replacement can also be arranged through any of the local NEC verification points, full details are on the website.
While you are visiting young.scot, take a few moments to look at the opportunities, discounts, rewards and information services for young people.
For more information visit young.scot/upgrade
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