If you travel regularly on selected Fullers360 services, you may be eligible for various discounted passes and tickets to make your travel more cost effective.
What’s the difference between a ticket and a pass?
A ‘Ticket’ is defined as a single-use or multi-trip paper ticket with a barcode, and is available for all routes. Single tickets can be purchased online, at all ticket offices or via the MyFerry app. Multi-trip tickets can be purchased at all ticket offices.
When purchasing online, please ensure you’re logged in to your MyFerry account so the ticket will populate within the MyFerry app, on the My Tickets page. Paper tickets purchased at the ticket office cannot be scanned into the app afterwards.
Ticket Type examples:
A ‘Pass’ is defined as a long-term, multi-trip card with photo ID available for Devonport and Waiheke routes only. Passes can be purchased only at Ticket Offices, but can subsequently be renewed online. The exception to this is the FlexiPass which can also be purchased via the MyFerry app and doesn’t require photo ID.
Special terms and conditions: For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions here.
Special terms and conditions: Valid for 3 years from the date of purchase. Maximum 4 people per trip. For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions here.
Special terms and conditions: Valid for 1 year from date of purchase. Maximum 2 people per trip. For more information on the maximum number of trips per ticket please see our Terms and Conditions here.
Special terms and conditions: Valid for 1 year from date of purchase. Maximum 2 people per trip (Devonport). For more information on the maximum number of trips per ticket please see our Terms and Conditions here.
If you hold a current Tertiary Student ID card from Auckland institutions you are eligible to access discounted travel with a tertiary Waiheke Monthly pass, Waiheke FlexiPass or Devonport 10-Trip ticket.
Registering your tertiary pass with Fullers360?
Registering your pass and validating your Student ID confirms eligibility for the discounted fares available to students.
All tertiary passes must be registered with a valid and current Student ID from an Auckland tertiary institution. Your Student ID card, in addition to one of the following, must be presented at the time of purchase and when registering or validating your ticket/pass: an AT Tertiary ID sticker for the current year, a tertiary concession loaded on your AT Hop card, or your semester enrolment confirmation letter.
Tertiary passes that are not registered with a valid Student ID will automatically be blocked from 31 March 2021, and will remain blocked until validated at a Fullers360 ticket office.
Pop in to a Fullers360 ticket office to purchase, register or renew your tertiary pass.
For more information, please see our Terms and Conditions here.
AT HOP monthly passes for ferries are loaded onto AT HOP cards. They provide unlimited travel on the services listed on each pass for one calendar month from the day of first use.
Ferry Inner Monthly AT HOP Pass:
Ferry Mid Monthly AT HOP Pass:
Ferry Outer Monthly AT HOP Pass:
Auckland Transport Gold HOP cardholders, or blue HOP cardholders with the SuperGold or Auckland Transport Senior Citizen ID concession loaded on it can travel for free on selected Fullers360 ferry services from 9am weekdays, all day on weekends and public holidays.
Check out our FAQ section for more info here.
Read more information about our unaccompanied minors policy in the Code of Conduct section under Children here.