National Entitlement Card

The National Entitlement Card (NEC) is Scotland’s National Smartcard, supported by Scottish Government to deliver national and local services.  Visit www.entitlementcard.org.uk for more information.

There are 2 types of card:-

 National Entitlement Card for anyone aged 60 and over and eligible disabled people
 Young Scot National Entitlement Card for young people aged 11 to 25

National Entitlement Card for anyone aged 60 and over and eligible disabled people
The card can be used to access free or subsidised bus travel in Scotland.  Visit www.transport.gov.scot/public-transport/concessionary-travel-people-aged-60-or-disability#60s for more information.

Young Scot National Entitlement Card for young people aged 11 to 25
Use the card to claim local, national and international discounts, and to access quality youth information.  The card is also a proof of age card.  Visit www.youngscot.org for more details.  In addition:-
- Young people aged 11 - 15 can use their card to obtain discounted travel on Stagecoach bus services within Moray. You must however be travelling on a return journey into Elgin outwith school hours and after 11.00am on non school days.
- Moray Council operate a cashless catering system in all secondary schools.  The Young Scot card can be used to allow schools meals and snacks to be paid for electronically.  There are machines within secondary schools which can be used to ‘top up’ the card, or the card can be credited within money online through our online shop.

Contact Us

Customer Services
Council Offices
High Street
Elgin
IV30 1BX

0300 123 4565

accessmoray@moray.gov.uk

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