A Cando card is an ID card that some high schools in Canterbury use. They work exactly the same way as metrocards, offering discounts, fare caps and the ability to top up online. They are issued by high schools at the beginning of each year.
If you're under 18, you will be charged a child fare using a Cando card on the bus. If you turn 18 during the school year, the card will automatically change to an adult card.
To see if your school uses Cando cards please contact your school reception.
If your school does not have Cando cards and you would like to purchase one please visit ecardz.co.nz/cando/.
SuperGold card holders travel free on all off-peak Metro bus and ferry service. It's our way of saying "thank you" to our seniors and veterans. The SuperGold Card is free for all eligible New Zealand residents aged 65 years or over and those under 65 who receive the New Zealand Superannuation or the Veteran's Pension.
Off-peak travel is between 9am and 3pm, after 6:30pm weekdays, and all day on weekends and public holidays. When boarding, simply present your SuperGold card to the driver. If you're unsure about whether a particular service applies, give us a call.
Please note: between 25 December and 2 January Metro operate weekend timetables due to the holiday period. This year Supergold cards will be accepted all day each day betwen Monday 25th December 2017 and Tuesday 2nd January 2018, on Wednesday 3rd January 2018 the normal weekday rules above will apply.
To apply for a card, or for further information on eligibility and discounts, visit www.supergold.govt.nz, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 25 45 65.