We appreciate your patience at this time.
It is your responsibility to check Government guidelines and ensure you are travelling within the guidelines provided. We would also like to remind our customers of the following:
Full details of the latest government guidance for each of the UK nations can be found here:
The safety of our customers and staff has always been our number one priority, so we have introduced a number of extra measures so we can continue to ensure this. When travelling with us you can expect:
You can find more detailed information on our coronavirus (Covid-19) safety measures by going to our coronavirus safety page.
Keeping our customers and colleagues safe has always been, and continues to be our top priority and we’re doing everything we can to ensure this. Find out what changes we have put in place on our services and at our stations on our coronavirus safety page.
All coach stations will be closed from Monday 11 January 2021 but we plan to be back on the road as soon as the time is right. A provisional restart date of Monday 29 March is currently in place, when some stations would also reopen. This is under regular review and subject to change. The latest information is available on our service updates page.
Yes, we understand during this time of uncertainty that your plans may change. That’s why we’re offering increased flexibility for journeys until 30 September 2021. Find out more information on our flexible travel page.
If your Coachcard is/was valid on 10 January 2021, or if you purchased a Coachcard in January 2021, we will add a 6 month extension to your expiry date.
For example, if your Coachcard was due to expire on 1 November 2021 your new expiry date will be 1 May 2022.
You will just need to enter your new extended date into the expiry date field when booking a journey.
No further action is required. Coachcards will not be reissued with revised dates, simply book and travel with your current card.
If you can’t find an answer in our customer FAQs, the fastest way to get a response is to message us on Twitter or Facebook. However, we understand that not everyone uses social media, so if you want to send us a message please choose the most relevant category for your enquiry using the drop down below.
Before getting in touch, make sure to check out our customer FAQs first. Your query may have already been answered!
And don’t forget you can amend the time or date of your ticket using Manage My Booking. We’ve increased the flexibility for all journeys on our before the 30 September 2021. Find out more on our flexible travel page.
If you still need help, fill in our travel and ticketing form.
Our aim is to create an accessible service which is inclusive of all our customers and their needs. Our dedicated Assisted Travel Team offers travel support by providing journey and booking information and, subject to availability, they can reserve you a front seat and/or the dedicated wheelchair space.
To discuss any adjustments or accessibility requirements you may have, you can contact our Assisted Travel Team by telephone or email. Wherever possible, if you require assistance please get in touch at least 36 hours before you intend to travel with us.
Calls us - Please note, our phone lines are currently closed but you can still contact us via email and social media.
Our central lost property database helps us to track and relocate any belongings you may have lost or left behind.
As our lost property tracking system requires a lot of upkeep, in addition to the cost of reuniting your items, we charge customers a small fee when items are reclaimed.
If you have lost or left an item behind, contact our Lost Property Team by filling in our lost property form.
For the latest information on services, including disruptions and delays, please visit our live service updates page.
If you’re an existing multiride or season ticket holder and you’ve been impacted by the temporary suspension of our services, please visit our coronavirus FAQ page for more information on extending the validity of your pass or to claim a pro-rata refund.
For more information on both multiride and season tickets, please visit our tickets page.
1 in 9 people in the UK used a National Express service in 2018 – and we’re proud to have the most professional drivers, the safest vehicles, and the best customer service in the business.
Visit our dedicated careers website to find out about our latest opportunities and plenty of other information on the benefits and rewards we offer at our UK locations.
Join us on the journey and apply now.
National Express operates a 24/7 media relations service every day of the year with an on call service operating for urgent media enquiries out of office hours. We have business-specific media relations contacts in each division of the National Express Group.
Please note if you are a National Express coach customer seeking help or information about your ticket or our services, please send us a message via Twitter or Facebook, email us using our travel and ticketing form, or if urgent, give us a call using the number below.
We’d love to hear from you.
Please note, our phone lines are currently closed due to the suspension of our services.
However, you can still contact us via email and social media. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
If, after contacting us, you don’t feel your complaint is resolved, you can:
Contact Bus Users UK to see if they can review your complaint.
Use the ODR platform to submit your complaint – the ODR platform is a European tool for online dispute resolution, which (if agreed to by the parties) will aim to assist with the resolution of disputes between a customer and a business where a customer has purchased a good or service from the business online or electronically.
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