Benefits of buying your ticket in advance:
- Everyone saves time getting on board.
- Your ticket will be cheaper – no onboard surcharge.
- No need to worry about cash.
Tickets on your mobile phone
The RuterBillett app gives you access to tickets when and where you need them. You can buy single tickets, 24-hour tickets, 7- and 30-day tickets, and supplementary tickets for additional zones. Read more about RuterBillett and download the app here.
Tickets on your travelcard
Your travelcard is a plastic card on which you can carry and add tickets or pay-as-you-go credit. If you have a subscription to a 30-day ticket or pay-as-you-go credit, you will always have a ticket ready on your travelcard. Order a travelcard at our webshop (only in Norwegian). Your travelcard will be sent to you in the post.
Sales outlets for tickets
Below you will find a list of Ruter's sales outlets where you can get a travelcard and buy tickets.
If you already have a travelcard, you can buy all Ruter's tickets (except a 365-day ticket) and top up your pay-as-you-go credit simply by using our ticket machines. If you don't have a travelcard, you can buy a single ticket and a 24-hour ticket on the disposable Impuls card. You will find ticket machines at Metro stations, the larger bus and tram interchanges, and in train stations.
Kiosks and Service Points
You can buy all Ruter's tickets and obtain a travelcard at the following sales outlets:
- The kiosks Narvesen, 7-Eleven, Deli De Luca and Mix, as well as some selected shops.
- Ruter's Customer Service Centre and Service Points.
- The bus terminals in Oslo and Lillestrøm.
- NSB's staffed train stations.
At our online webshop, you can order a travelcard containing a 7-day ticket, 30-day ticket, or pay-as-you-go credit. Please note that your travelcard will be sent to you in the post. Visit our webshop (only in Norwegian).
On board buses and ferries
We recommend that you buy your ticket before you get on board. However, you can buy a single ticket from the driver (on buses) or ticketing personnel (on ferries). We will accept cash, but only NOK 200 notes or smaller. Remember that it's more expensive to buy a ticket on board. Please note that it will not be possible to buy tickets on board trams from 31 January.
If you are travelling by Metro or tram, you must buy a ticket in advance.