What is a travel concession card?
A Transport Concession Entitlement Card is not a ticket for travel. A valid Transport Concession Entitlement Card entitles you to purchase concession fares on public transport within NSW. To be eligible for a Transport Concession Entitlement Card as a job seeker or approved Centrelink customer you must: reside in NSW. via
What is a concession card SA?
South Australians on low or fixed incomes can access a range of concessions to help with household and other expenses. Select one of these categories or cards to find out more. Austudy or ABSTUDY. via
How does concession card work?
The Concession Opal card is for eligible tertiary or TAFE students, apprentices or trainees, job seekers or other approved Centrelink customers who are entitled to pay half price fares for travel on public transport in Sydney and the surrounding regions. via
What age is a concession?
People over 60 are offered concessions regardless of their ability to pay and even when they are below the state pension age, according to the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), a charity that researched 35 of the UK's leading attractions' ticketing policies. via
What are the types of concession?
There are several kinds of concessions, represented by the three concession forms: Pre-requisite Waivers, General Concessions (different kinds, which are specified in the checklist on the form); and Timetable Clashes. via
What is the income cut off for a Health Care Card?
To meet the income test, from 20 September 2020, you must earn no more than the following: $55,808 a year if you're single. $89,290 a year for couples. via
What does Centrelink Health Care Card cover?
A Health Care Card entitles you to cheaper prescription medicines under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. You may be eligible for other concessions from the Australian Government. Some of these concessions may be available for a dependent child. discounted mail redirection through Australia Post. via
Who is Eligible for concessions?
NSW/ACT secondary students (aged 16 and over) NSW Apprentices and trainees. Tertiary and TAFE students. Centrelink customers. via
What does a concession entitlement do?
The transport concession entitlement card gives job seekers and other approved Centrelink customers proof of entitlement to concession fare travel on public transport in NSW. via
What do I get for free at 60?
Everyone aged over 60 gets free prescriptions. If you're under 60 you can save money on prescriptions by buying prescription prepayment certificates from the NHS for 3 months or 12 months. This covers all your prescriptions for that period, regardless of how many you need. via
What concessions do I get at 60?
Over 60 travel discounts
What is proof of concession?
The transport concession entitlement card proves you're entitled to concession fares and can also be used as proof of entitlement on public transport in regional/rural NSW. via
What is difference between discount and concession?
As nouns the difference between concession and discount
is that concession is the act of conceding, especially that of defeat while discount is discount (reduction in price). via
Why is it called concessions?
Some events or venues contract out the right to sell food to third parties. Those contracts are often referred to as a concession — hence the name for a stand where food is sold. via
What is a concession fee?
Concession Fee means the fee established by a third party concessions contract, which the Concessionaire must pay to Casitas for operation of the concession. The fee is assessed as a percentage of the gross receipts. via