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Win A Bus Trip To Banff From On-It Regional Transit! (ENDED)

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Win A Stress-free Ride From Calgary To Banff

On-it Regional Transit is a bus company that offers transportation service to Banff for only $10, from Calgary (one way). Getting back from Banff is also only $10. Getting to and from Banff in comfort for only 20 bucks? Can’t go wrong. No traffic, no parking, no gas money. Plus you don’t need to worry about how many drinks you’ve had (within reason of course, drink responsibly, man).

Contest!

We’re giving away 6 tickets (3x pairs) to Banff from Calgary! And back of course haha, we’re not gonna just leave you there. See below!

Here’s a guide we wrote on things to do in Banff without a car.

Banff Without A Car – Comprehensive Guide (2019)

On-it Regional Transit is owned and operated by Southland transportation (the school bus company).

Full disclosure: this contest is part of sponsored blog post. This is also the first of 3 contests! 🚍🌞⛰️ 👍

Win Tickets To Banff! 🚌⛰️ (ENDED!)

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That’s it! This contest will end on July 3rd 2019. A winner will be randomly selected on each platform for 2 tickets each. If you enter on all 3x, yes you can totally win all 6 tickets. That would be pretty amusing actually, take a whole group out to the mountains. Holla! Best of luck.

This contest has come to an end – check back later for another one!

Fun Facts About On-it Regional Transit

  • At this time they run on weekends only, however, new for Summer 2019 they’ve introduced a late night Friday bus.
  • They offer service to Canmore, too.
  • You can’t bring your pets but you can bring your kids! 5 and under are free.
  • You can bring your bike! Tickets are $2.50 (each way remember).
  • You get free use of Banff’s public transit bus system, ROAM Transit (routes 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7). ROAM Transit has new paid routes to Lake Louise (both an express and a scenic route), Moraine Lake, Johnston Canyon. More details here.
  • Their buses have USB charge ports and laptop trays.
  • You can bring a fold up stroller. Wheelchair accessible buses are available by request.
  • They also offer a commuter service to Cochrane, Okotoks, and High River. Weekdays only.

Banff without a car

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