Are You A Dublin Bus User? You Could Be Owed A Lot Of Money

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Time to cash in on all of the stressful days you encountered last night.  

Following the Dublin Bus strike, refunds of up to €500,000 have yet to be collected by commuters.

According the Irish Times, 13,000 passengers are still owed money due to the buses going off the roads for a full six days in September.

Only a quarter of these 17,000 people with annual commuter tickets have applied for their €40 refund which is due as a result of the dispute.

Dublin Bus is issuing the refunds for each day industrial action that took place, meaning customers will be refunded €5.50 for the full day, and for each day that services ended at 9pm, customers will be refunded €2.30.

Customers who have availed of an annual or monthly Irish Rail point-to-point ticket with feeder service will be refunded €15.

Customers can collect their refund at our Head Office on 59, Upper O’Connell Street. 

And as for those who purchased tickets for Dublin Bus Sightseeing Tours and Airlink, they can contact +3531 844 4265 or email info@dublinsightseeing.ie to receive a full refund or to reschedule a tour.

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Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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