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Discounted sport, entertainment and travel

Discover various schemes for Buckinghamshire residents that can help save you money when paying for sport, entertainment and travel.

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Better Leisure Centres

Better Leisure Centres, in Chiltern and South Bucks, offer discounted memberships to people with disabilities, anyone currently receiving benefits, full-time students and senior citizens.

To find out if you're eligible, visit the Better website.

Wycombe leisure card

If you live in the Wycombe District, then the Wycombe leisure card is available to you for free and offers: 

  • discounts on leisure centre activities
  • priority booking
  • other benefits

If you live in another district you can also buy the card. Prices vary by age.

Find out more about the Wycombe leisure card.

FANS - Free Access to National Sports people scheme

The Wycombe Free Access for National Sports people (FANS) scheme provides free access to leisure centres for training and development at designated off-peak times.

Find out if you're eligible for FANS.


CEA Card

The CEA Card enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema.


Yoti CitizenCard

16 and 17 year olds in Buckinghamshire can get discounted bus travel with a Yoti CitizenCard. This proof of age card allows you to travel on some buses within Buckinghamshire for a reduced single fare.

Find out more about the Yoti CitizenCard.


Railcards allow you to purchase a train ticket at a reduced rate, typically 1/3 off the price of an adult fare.

Some Railcards will also cover the people travelling with you - and with some Railcards like the Family & Friends Railcard you can take children at a reduced rate too.

To find out what types of Railcard are available, visit the Railcard website.

Disability travel discounts

If you have a disability, you can find an overview of disability travel discounts on the benefits for people with SEND page.