Youth card / Child card

 

  • Who can have one?

    • Child card: For residents of Mallorca under 12 years of age.

    • Youth card: For people aged 12 to 30 living in Mallorca, and for members of large families in the general category.

    How does it work and what advantages does it have?

    • Child card: Allows for free travel across the TIB bus, train and metro network. Although journeys are free, a minimum balance of €5 needs to be charged to the card. The card must be validated when boarding and alighting the bus, train or metro. Failure to do so will incur a €0.50 penalty charge.

    • Youth card: It’s a prepaid card that needs a balance added to it, and can be used for any journey in and around Mallorca. It offers up to 70% discount on a single ticket purchased on board. Using a points system, over the course of a month each journey costs less than the previous one. More information available here.

  • When does it expire?

    • Child card: It expires when the holder is 12 years old.

    • Youth card: It expires when the holder is 31 years old. For large families, the card is valid while large family status remains valid.

  • Where can I get it?

    • At the Information Point in Palma Intermodal Station

      • Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 08.00-19.30; Saturdays 09.00-18.00; closed on Sundays and public holidays.

      • Issued on the spot

    • At the information point office in Inca

      • Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00 - 14:00 / 15:00 - 18:00. Saturday: 9:00 - 14:00. Sunday and bank holidays closed.

      • Issued on the spot.

    • At the information point office in Manacor

      • Opening hours: Monday and Wednesday: 10:00 - 14:00 / 15:00 - 20:00. Tuesday: 10:00-15:00. Bank holidays closed.

      • Issued on the spot.

    • At the Santa Ponça and Magaluf offices.

      • Office hours: Monday to Friday 9am-8pm.

      • The process is quick and simple.

    • At your local town hall offices. See the list.

      • Opening hours: depends on each local office

      • IMPORTANT: When getting the intermodal card for the first time, the person who will use it must attend the issuing office personally.

  • How much is it?

    • Intermodal card issue fee:

      Duplicate: €8

      The duplicate fee is not payable in the case of malfunction that is not the holder's fault.

    What documentation is needed to get the card?

    • Minors under the age of 14 may not apply for a card without signed authorisation from their parent or guardian and a photocopy of said person’s identity document.
    • Original and photocopy of a document showing proof of age: national identity document, passport o foreigner identification document. For the Targeta Jove, applicants may also use their driver’s licence as proof of age. If the application is not made at the Intermodal Station or at the Inca or Manacor office, a colour photograph (sized for identity cards) must be provided.
    • If the address on the identity document is not in Mallorca, the municipal registration certificate will need to be shown.
    • For the Targeta Infantil, the minor’s municipal registration certificate must be provided.