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Ticket sales points

You can purchase all sorts of tickets for a single journey, tourist tickets or prepaid tickets at the public transport operator's sales points.

Sales point Opening hours

Main railway station
in front of station building

(free photos for chip cards)


Monday - Friday

5:30 - 9:45

10:15 - 17:30

18:00 - 21:00



8:00 - 12:00

12:30 - 16:00

Hodžovo námestie

(free photos for chip cards)

Monday - Friday

5:30 - 20:00


8:00 - 16:00

Railway station Bratislava - Vinohrady
tramway/bus stop ŽST Vinohrady

(free photos for chip cards)

Monday - Friday

6:00 - 14:30

15:00 - 18:00

Most SNP
bus terminal
Monday - Friday

6:00 - 14:30

15:00 - 18:00


Petržalka, Mlynarovičova street 14

near bus stop Mlynarovičova

Monday - Friday

6:00 - 14:30

15:00 - 18:00

Olejkárska street 1
transport operator headquarters

(free photos for chip cards)

Monday - Friday

6:00 - 10:00

10:30 - 17:00

17:30 - 20:30

Dúbravka, M. Sch. Trnavského street
bus stop Švantnerova

(free photos for chip cards)



Tuesday - Friday

7:30 - 12:00

12:30 - 17:30

07:30 - 12:00

12:30 - 15:00

Ticket machines

The tickets for a single journey and tourist tickets can be purchased also from yellow ticket vending machines located at various public transport stops. Please note that the majority of these ticket machines accept only coins, only few of them accept contactless bank cards.

Alternatively, you can purchase all sorts of tickets also from the red self-service multifunction ticket vending machines located at some malls (see the table below), at the Bratislava airport, at the International Bus station and the tramway stops Šafárikovo nám., Sad J. Kráľa, Farského and Jungmannova. The machines are equipped with touch screen and you can pay by coins, banknotes or bank card.

District - Street Location Accessibility The nearest stop
Bus station Mlynské nivy
International Bus station Non-stop Autobusová stanica or Košická, Autobusová stanica
Trnavské mýto
underpass Non-stop Trnavské mýto
Podunajské Biskupice - Kazanská 6 Billa Mo-Sa: 7.00 - 22.00
Su: 8.00 - 21.00
Ružinov - Ivanská cesta 16 Avion Shopping Park
(main entrance)
Mo-Su: 8.00 - 21.00 Avion Shopping Park
Ružinov - Bajkalská 19 Billa Mo-Sa: 6.30 - 23.00
Su: 8.00 - 21.00
Ružinov - Cesta na Senec 2 Shopping Palace
(entrance near Tesco)
Non-stop Shopping Palace
Karlova Ves - Ľudovíta Fullu Billa Mo-Sa: 6.30 - 22.00
Su: 8.00 - 20.00
Karlova Ves - Lamačská cesta 1 Galéria shopping centre Non-stop Tesco Lamač
Dúbravka - Saratovská 2/A Billa Mo-Sa: 7.00 - 22.00
Su: 8.00 - 20.00
Petržalka - Nobelovo nám. 1 Billa Mo-Sa: 7.00 - 21.00
Su: 8.00 - 19.00
Petržalka - Muchovo nám. 1 Billa Mo-Sa: 7.00 - 22.00
Su: 8.00 - 20.00
Petržalka - Jantárová cesta Billa Mo-Sa: 7.00 - 22.00
Su: 8.00 - 21.00
Strečnianska, Šintavská
Ružinov - Ivanská cesta 37 Bratislava Airport
(arrival terminal)
Non-stop Letisko


12th Mar 2018


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810zssk12.4.2018 9:47 #38 Re:
Reply on #37 od vnkturre:
Of course you can buy as many tickets as you like (as long as they are in stock). Most third-party merchants don't sell 72-hours ticket so I wouldn't count on them. You can purchase this type of ticket in DPB ticket offices and also at railway stations. They are also available from "large" red ticket machines. One of them is located in Billa at Bajkalska, which is approximately 30 minutes of walking from your hotel - I believe this is the closest sales point to your hotel.

Remember to validate all tickets when boarding for the first time.
vnkturre12.4.2018 9:00 #37 Re:

I wonder if one person can buy several (36) 72-hour tickets for a group? And if yes, is that only possible to do at the sales points?

Or does anyone know if there are places where one can buy this type of tickets in the area of Pošeň (close to Hotel Bratislava)?

I'll be greatful for any help!
3pa3ck320.10.2017 19:12 #36 Re:
Reply on #35 od victor paul:
Do you have a chip card? If yes, it is possible to buy on this machine
victor paul20.10.2017 19:09 #35 Re:
Can I buy a prepaid ticket for one month at a multi-functional ticket machine. I have tried but cannot see how it is done
Madridista3.9.2017 23:40 #34 Re:
Thanks a lot. ?
Ike3.9.2017 10:39 #33 Re:
Reply on #32 od Madridista:
Hi. As for the first question: no. Bus drivers in Bratislava do not sell tickets in vehicles upon passenger entrance. If you are lucky enough you may find a local store (especially a kiosk) to get a ticket in advance. Anyway, there should be a ticket machine at every built-up area bus stop in Čunovo (at least for the city centre direction).

Čunovo is a regular Bratislava borough, so it is naturally incorporated within the 101 zone ?. Do not forget to validate your ticket after your entrance. Enjoy your stay.?
Madridista3.9.2017 8:01 #32 Re:
Hello everyone,
I'd like to come from Čunovo (It doesn't matter which stop) to central of Bratislava with bus 90 or 91, but I don't know where can I buy a ticket locally.
Can I buy it from the bus driver? Or is there any ticket store?

And do I know that Čunovo is in the 100+101 zones?
Thanks for the help ?
mku8113.11.2016 14:54 #31 Re:
Reply on #30 od mancduck:
mancduck13.11.2016 9:21 #30 Re:
I have a 90 day pass that I want to renew. How do I do this online?
810zssk18.6.2016 0:21 #29 Re:
Reply on #28 od medzernik:
Actually, there is (or used to be). In past, it wasn't possible to buy paper ticket using credit (or debit) card at ticket machine. Cards were only accepted for long-term tickets. I believe this hasn't changed 😞
medzernik17.6.2016 21:54 #28 Re:
Reply on #27 od glider3560:
As far as I know, there is no minimum amount required.
glider356017.6.2016 21:15 #27 Re:
Is there a minimum amount to use a credit card at the ticket machines? E.g. could I buy one €0.70 ticket using a credit card?
romosios18.4.2016 19:36 #26 Re:
Thak you all for your replies !
400418.4.2016 18:54 #25 Re:
Reply on #24 od 4004:
sorry, typo - the fine for not marking a ticket would be 50 Euros, not 40.

More information here:
400418.4.2016 18:53 #24 Re:
Reply on #21 od romosios:
1. You are not required to mark the ticket in order to board the bus, but not to do so will be considered stealing, and you will have to pay a fine of about 40 Euros.

2. For information about ticket zoning, take a look at this page:

Antolska is located within zone 100.

3. As long as you don't go over your zone limit, yes.
gejza18.4.2016 18:51 #23 Re:
Reply on #21 od romosios:
1, you can buy it today and use it anytime

2, if your journey is within 100-101 zones (whole Bratislava) you can use one ticket only (be aware of time limit)

3, yes, of course
romosios18.4.2016 18:47 #22 Re:
Reply on #19 od pharel:
You 're right about Lubovnianska bus stop
romosios18.4.2016 18:46 #21 Re:
Dear all,

3 questions :

1. Can I take a ticket from a ticket machine without validating it on a bus/tram etc and just use it the next day ?
2. If my bus route involves more than 1 zone but the final destination is within 100-101 do I have to take a ticket for more than 1 zone ? How about Petrzalka Antolska, what zone is that ?

3.Can I change buses and trams with one ticket within the time limit of the ticket ?

Thank you in advance
medzernik14.4.2016 11:23 #20 Re:
Reply on #19 od pharel:
I can't see any ticket machines on Google Streetview... However, there is a press shop on Lubovinianska stop, there You can ask for tickets.
pharel14.4.2016 11:16  +1#19 Re:
Reply on #15 od romosios:
Isn't there a machine at the Hostital Antolska bus stop? If not I believe that a short walk to Lubovnianska bus stop (the one on the right beyond the bridge) should have a machine.