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Who can buy a cheaper 49 euro ticket in Germany



The €49 ticket itself is already attractively priced, but at the same time there are various possibilities for additional discounts, for example, for students, seniors or socially disadvantaged groups. The Deutschlandticket sale will start on April 3, 2023, from May 49 the Euro-Ticket can be used. The 49 euro ticket can also be used as a Jobticket – if the employer plays along, discounts are possible.

Negotiations were certainly not easy, but the federal and state governments agreed to launch the 49-Euro-Ticket from May 1. Sales will begin on April 3. It is already possible to pre-order a ticket via the Deutschlandticket app, although this is not an official federal government app.

Interesting detail: employers have the option of offering their employees a ticket worth 49 euros in the form of a Jobticket. If a company contributes at least 25% of the value, the federal and state governments add an additional 5% discount. Thus, employees can get a ticket with at least 30% savings. In this case, the ticket price will be only 34.30 euros per month or even less. You, as a user, don’t have to do anything for this, except maybe pointing out to your boss that the Jobticket is a good thing. If it already exists, employers are likely to switch to new offerings now.

Bayer, public broadcaster WDR, insurer Ergo, Deutsche Post and telecommunications company Vodafone are considering part-subsidizing Deutschlandticket for their employees, according to a survey of large companies by the Rheinische Post.

Until the launch of the Deutschlandticket, additional benefits are possible. NRW Transport Minister Oliver Krischer said that “other tariff proposals based on the Deutschlandticket” would certainly be considered. “We are currently talking about developing discount tickets for students, trainees, as well as social ticket holders.” However, there will be no nationwide discounted social ticket.

Instead, the various federal states announced discounts:

Bavaria: students and trainees will only pay 29 euros for a ticket from autumn Berlin: discussions on a 9-euro social ticket will continue until the end of the year Bremen: a 29-euro ticket for schoolchildren , trainees and the FSJler is under discussion Hamburg: schoolchildren pay 19 euros per month, trainees 29 euros, students receive a Semester-Ticket for less than 20 euros, the socially disadvantaged pay 19 euros discussion stage. Reduced price of €29 for trainees, volunteers and civil servants. Lower Saxony: introduction of the 29-Euro-Ticket for pupils, students and volunteers planned for 2024 North Rhine-Westphalia: reflection on a reduction in the social tariff Rhineland-Palatinate: services envisaged Saarland: Deutschlandticket for young people at 30.40 euros Schleswig-Holstein: Reduced semester ticket based on the Deutschlandticket Thuringia: young people in training pay 28 euros.

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