Want to go to Schiphol Airport? Walibi? Amsterdam? Utrecht? Explore The Netherlands by public transport? That can be done easily, by using the train, bus, metro or subway. Purchase your e-ticket for train, bus, tram or subway in the Netherlands in the 9292 app. We're pleased to explain how to do this and tell you which public transport companies are included.
If you don't have the 9292 app yet, download it via this link or search for '9292' in the app store on your phone.
Plan your trip as usual in the 9292 app. The best travel options will immediately be displayed on your screen. Compare travel options, select the best one and purchase your e-ticket instantly by clicking "Purchase e-tickets" below the travel advice in your app.In the next screens, select the number of people and the section of your route that you need a ticket for.
After filling in the details for yourself and any fellow travellers, you can proceed to payment.
The tickets can only be used on the phone where they were purchased. These cannot be forwarded to another person.
Payment in the app can be made through iDEAL or with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express). Once you've paid for your e-ticket(s), they will immediately appear in the app and you can commence your journey. Your e-tickets can be found under "My e-tickets" in the menu of your 9292 app.
The e-ticket you have purchased is your valid pass, entitling you to travel immediately. With your 9292 e-ticket on your phone, you can open any gates you encounter along the way. The app enables you to present the e-ticket quickly during any check by a conductor or when boarding at the driver's door.
Please note! The tickets can be used only on the phone on which they were purchased. They cannot be forwarded to another person.
We have started selling e-tickets in collaboration with a large number of public transport companies. You can use the app to purchase e-tickets at the price offered by these companies. These are one-way, hourly and RIT tickets.
The affiliated public transport companies for train, bus, tram, subway and ferry are the following:
We are working hard to connect the other public transport companies for all routes and to expand the selection.