New Zeelo route for Chelsea

26th April 2018
Club

Due to the success of Swansea City’s new partnership with on-demand coach provider Zeelo, there will be a new route in operation for Saturday’s Premier League clash with Chelsea at the Liberty Stadium.

Zeelo, which provides Swans supporters with a new innovative way to travel to and from the Liberty on a matchday, will be providing a fifth route for the game, starting at Abercrave and taking in pick up points at Ystalyfera, Pontardawe, Clydach and Ynysforgan.

Your first trip is also FREE.

All services are run with executive coaches and customers can track their coach arriving in real time on a simple-to-use app.

The following routes will continue to be in operation for the game against Chelsea.

Route 1 - Three Crosses, Dunvant and Killay.

Route 2 – Bishopston, Oystermouth and Mumbles.

Route 3 – Aberdare, Cwmdare, Aberdulais and Neath.

Route 4 – Llanelli, Loughor and Gorseinon.

Route 5 (new) – Abercrave, Ystalyfera, Pontardawe, Clydach and Ynysforgan

Zeelo are offering supporters who have not used the service before the chance to travel to the game for FREE with the use of a special promo code SWANS.

Those who will be making their second or third trip against Chelsea can get a 50 per cent discount by using the promo code SWANS50.

All tickets must be purchased online at https://zeelo.co/t/swansea-city and the promo code SWANS can be entered at time of purchase to claim the free journey and SWANS50 for those making their second or third trip for the 50 per cent discount.

Return tickets will be sent directly to your mobile and are available from as little as £8 return for adults and just £4.50 for children and concessions.

For more details, including ticket prices and pick up times, please visit https://zeelo.co/t/swansea-city.

This service is run independently by Zeelo. All enquiries can be made at contact@zeelo.co or via their website https://zeelo.co/t/swansea-city.

Swans fans are able to travel together from 13 locations across South West Wales with the aim of making the matchday experience more enjoyable for the Jack Army, with passengers getting fast entry and exit before and after the game.

The service has been praised by those fans who have already used it.

“I think it’s a fantastic initiative. It’s a no-brainer because you’d spend £5 or £6 to park your car, while it only cost me £3.50 to come on the coach,” declared Peter Beynon, who travelled from Tonna with Zeelo.

“It’s the second time I have travelled to the Liberty with Zeelo and I will definitely use the service again. It’s brilliant.”