The Government of Tenerife this week announced that from Monday 3 September, paper vouchers can no longer be used to travel by bus or tram, and from that date, only the ‘tenmas’ card will be valid as a means of payment, in addition to cash.
Users that have a credit balance on paper vouchers will be able to exchange them in any office of Titsa and Tranvia until 31 October 2018.
The ‘tenmas’ card can be acquired and reloaded as many times as necessary through the website www.tenmas.esin information and sales offices of Titsa and Tranvia, as well as in around 500 points of sale.
The price of the ‘tenmas’ card is two euros, since it includes issuance, management and marketing expenses, in addition to the IGIC and a two-year guarantee.
Also, these cards can be registered or personalised with the name of the owner and photograph with a cost of 5 euros, which allows its owners to access discounts and bonuses, consult and recharge the balance, and recover it in case of loss of card.
The ‘tenmas’ card has a rechargeable purse of up to 100 euros in multiples of 5 euros.
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