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$9.99* Bus sale for Tauranga - Auckland Routes

Naked Bus brings $9.99* Bus sale to Tauranga - Auckland Routes

Naked Bus has kicked off yet another hard to resist Bus Sale - but this time, they’re trying something a little different.

While the low-cost bus service provider usually releases nationwide bus sales, this time the lucky benefactors of the current $9.99* bus sale are commuters between Tauranga and Auckland.

The $9.99* bus fare sale kicks off on 3 April 2014 and will finish on 16 April 2014 and is available for travel any day until 16 April 2014.

The long-distance bus operator that is famous for it’s $1* fares, added more direct daily services between Tauranga and Auckland late last year to cater to the increased demand on this route.

“There is demand for increased frequency during peak times and we hope our cheap fares will provide an incentive for more people to use these bus services” says Hamish Nuttall, Naked Bus CEO.

Commuters and holiday-makers between the two cities can now enjoy frequent and more travel time options, convenient central bus stop locations and most importantly, a cheap and hassle-free way to get to and from the City of Sails.

As with all other Naked Bus routes, fares start from $1* on every bus service, every day, all year round, and the only rule to remember is that earlier you book, the cheaper it is.
Launched in 2006, Naked Bus has a nationwide network from KeriKeri to Invercargill. The company has also successfully expanded into other areas of travel including accommodation, activities and holiday packages - all of which follow the same low-cost pricing structure.

While offering constant hard-to-beat prices is one of the primary goals of Naked Bus, customers can rest assured that no compromise is made on the quality of service and facilities they can expect to find on Naked Bus services, including comfortable seats and free Wi-Fi on selected routes.

*Plus booking fee.

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