Single Day Ticket
The Single Day Ticket is for a person from the age of 15 and up. It can be used within the selected area of validity for as many trips as you like on one day.
At a glance
|1 day||3 days|
|Area of validity||Inner District or Outer District or Munich XXL or the entire network (1)||Inner District – white zone on the tariff map (1)|
|Validity (time)||From the moment of validation until 6 am the following day||From the moment of validation until 6 am on the fourth day|
|Bring along a child?||No||No|
|Purchase||From ticket machines OnlineTicketMobileTicket||From ticket machines OnlineTicketMobileTicket|
Questions & Answers
1) How do I select the area of validity?
You decide which area of validity you need before buying your Day Ticket. The four zones are marked in colour on our tariff map. This makes it easy for you to make your choice.
- Inner District (Innenraum) - white zone
- Munich XXL (München XXL) - white and green zones
- Outer District (Außenraum) - green, yellow and red zones
- Entire Network (Gesamtnetz) - all zones
2) Do I have to validate my ticket?
Yes, you do. All tickets must be stamped prior to the start of your journey. However: tickets bought at ticket machines on trams or buses as well as OnlineTickets are already validated at the time of purchase.
When using the ticket machines of Deutsche Bahn, you can choose whether to buy pre-validated tickets or tickets which must be validated separately.
3) How long is the ticket valid?
The simple Day Ticket is valid until 6 am the following day. The 3-Day-Ticket is valid until 6 am of the fourth day.
4) Does my child also need a Single Day Ticket?
For children between 6 and 14 years of age, you purchase the Children’s Day Ticket, which is sold at a reduced rate.?
5) Should my partner also buy a Single Day Ticket?
No, s/he shouldn’t. As soon as more than one person over 15 years of age need Day Tickets, the Partner day ticket is more advantageous.?