Prices

priser Cheaper than single tickets

No matter who you are or when you travel, a Rejsekort will always be cheaper than individual tickets—from the very first journey.

You can check the price of the various types of cards and tickets on Rejseplanen.

Train journeys on Funen and in Jutland are priced higher than journeys by bus. This means that a train journey will be more expensive than a bus trip in the same zone—regardless of your customer type. This also means that you will pay more for a journey if you travel by train during a part of it.

Please check the price of your journey on Rejseplanen.

Read more about fare sectors and fare sets here.

person Customer type and supplements

Some customer types pay a lower price than others on certain journeys. Other customer types always travel at lower prices, e.g. children and disabled persons.

When you order a Rejsekort, you must choose which customer type you will be travelling as:

  • “Child” – between 0 and 15 years
  • “Young Person” – between 16 and 25 years, with a “Ungdomskort”, or enrolled at an SU-approved education program
  • “Adult” – older than 16 years
  • “Pensioner” – older than 65 years (or early-retirement pensioner)
  • “Disabled Person”

 “Dog” and “Bike” are also customer types for which you can order a Rejsekort.

About customer types and prices
The price of the journey is determined by the public transport operators with which you travel. This is also why the price of your customer type may vary depending on where you travel.

You can change the setting for each journey from “Standard” to “DSB 1'” through a Rejsekort vending machine at selected train stations.

If you wish to change the setting permanently and always travel first class when possible, log into our Self Service or stop by a DSB retailer.

You can get an overview of which bus lines that will add a trip supplement here.

You can get more information about these supplements on the websites of the individual public transport operators.

sted Travel areas

With a Rejsekort, you will normally pay for the number of zones that occur from the point at which you checked in to the point at which you checked out.

The public transport operators have divided the country into different fare sectors and fare sets. A fare area is a geographically outlined area, and the fare set is the pricing that applies in that area.

The price of a journey may vary from one fare area to another, and is determined by which fare set the journey is based on.

You can travel:

  • Within a public transport operator’s area (regionally on Funen, in Jutland, on Zealand—including Lolland, Falster, and Møn)
  • Between the public transport operator’s areas without crossing Storebælt (e.g. Funen–Jutland, Northern Jutland–Southern Jutland)
  • By bus and/or by train on Funen or in Jutland (except in Northern Jutland)
  • Across Storebælt (nationally)

When you look up a journey through our Self Service, you will always be able to see which fare set that the price of the journey is based on.

Regional fare sets

 

Fare areas – fare sets:
1) Zealand
2) Funen
3) Jutland, northern region
4) Jutland, central region
5) Jutland, southern region

 

 

National fare sets

Fare areas – fare sets:
1) Denmark (across Storebælt)
2) Zealand (east of Storebælt)
3) Jutland and Funen (west of Storebælt)

Additional fare sets

1) Denmark – Malmø
2) Zealand – Malmø
3) The capital area – Malmø
4) Malmø

You can travel to Malmö C, Hyllie and Triangeln through DSB with a Rejsekort.

Read more about traveling to Malmö in our price list for journeys.

rabat Discounts

You will get a time discount if your travel within a regional fare sector and your journey takes place after rush hours, which are:

  • Weekdays from 11. a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Saturdays, Sundays, and bank holidays

The discount is automatically deducted from the price of the journey when you check out.

Special time discounts for “Young Person” and “Pensioner”
Please note that you will also get a 20% time discount on train journeys between fare sectors if you travel with the “Young Person” or “Pensioner” customer type.

You will get a time discount if your travel within a regional fare sector and your journey takes place outside rush hours, which are:

  • Weekdays from 11. a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Saturdays, Sundays, and bank holidays

You will also get a 20% time discount on train journeys between fare sectors if you travel with the “Young Person” or “Pensioner” customer type outside rush hours.

The discount is automatically deducted from the price of the journey when you check out.

Across Storebælt
On journeys across Storebælt, the “Young Person” and “Pensioner” customer types will get a 15% time discount.

  • Weekdays from 11. a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • Saturdays

Your quantity discount is based on where you travel, how much you travel, and which Rejsekort you use. You can get a discount of up to 40% with a Rejsekort Personal, but if you travel with a Rejsekort Flex or a Rejsekort Anonymous, you can only get a discount of up to 25%.

If a commuter area is added to your Rejsekort, please note that you will only earn a quantity discount when you travel outside your chosen commuter area.

Areas with quantity discounts
You will get a quantity discount if you travel a lot within or through a fare sector that offers a quantity discount.

Discount counters
You will earn a quantity discount based on one of three different discount counters: one for journeys east of Storebælt, one for journeys west of Storebælt, and one for journeys across Storebælt. 

Discount levels
When you travel in areas with a quantity discount, you will earn a discount. Your discount level for the present month will be determined by the past three months during which you have travelled the most. When you complete a journey, you will receive a discount according to the discount level that you have reached in the area that you are travelling in.

Discount points
The calculation of journeys on each discount counter translates to discount points that are continually added and converted into a discount level from 0 to 7 each month on the three discount counters. The discount level will determine the discount percentage on your journey, i.e. your quantity discount.

The introductory discount applies the first month after issuing your Rejsekort, and will release a quantity discount on discount level 3 when you travel on Funen and in Jutland.

The discount is not offered for a Rejsekort Anonymous.

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