FREE match day travel on First Bus services for the Dundee match


All season ticket holders have received their discount code for FREE matchday travel on First Bus services in the Glasgow area for Saturday’s match against Dundee and for matchday travel to the Temple of fame by Stuart Bannigan on Saturday night.

The discount codes were sent to the email address the Club has on file for each individual season ticket holder earlier this week.

This code will only work on Saturdays, so please do not use it until Saturday morning.

Please follow the steps below to redeem your free FirstDay Network ticket.

The First Bus app is free to download on all smart devices and will allow you to plan your match day journeys, as well as track your bus in real time.

  • Select the ‘Mtickets’ tab then set your region to Glasgow Network
  • Select the “Day” category and add your adult day ticket to your basket.
  • Enter the code at checkout. This will apply 100% discount.

Use this code to redeem your free adult day ticket on Saturday FirstBus services for all your match day travel needs.

The free travel offer is only available to Partick Thistle season ticket holders and can only be accessed via the First Bus app. This offer cannot be used for tickets purchased on board the bus and is only valid on home game days.

Getting to Partick Thistle Football Club by bus

The following First Bus services operate a short walk from the club.

Service M3, 6, 6A, 7, 7A, 8, 60/60A, 61, 75, 90

Plan ahead with the First Bus trip planner. Click here or download the First Bus app to plan your trip and even track your bus live.

Free travel program for under 22s

Run by the Scottish Government, young Scots aged under 22 are entitled to a free bus journey.

To access the program, you must apply for a new National Entitlement Card (NEC) to benefit from free bus transport on all services. Click here to apply

If you want to be kept up to date with the program and relevant information, visit

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