The Young Scot National Entitlement Card is available free of charge to everyone aged 11 to 25 living in Scotland.
You can use it to:
- get exclusive rewards and discounts
- get money off travel if you're 16, 17 or 18
- prove your age
Visit the Young Scot website for information on:
- how to apply for a Young Scot card
- how to update your photo or details
- what you can use a Young Scot card for
If you're 16, 17 or 18 you can get cheaper transport with your Young Scot card on:
Bus and train travel
You can use your Young Scot card when booking discounted bus or train travel. There are some restrictions on the amount of discount and the time you can travel.
If you already have a Young Scot card, and you live on a Scottish island, you'll be sent 4 free ferry vouchers each year while you're 16, 17 and 18.
The vouchers can only be used by you and will have your photo and card number printed on them.
Proof of age
You can use the Young Scot card to prove how old you are.
Every Young Scot card has a PASS hologram, meaning that your age and personal details have been verified by your card issuer and that you are who you say you are.
The PASS scheme is the only one backed by the Police and Trading Standards, and it is valid in Scottish law.
Update or replace a card
Contact your local council via the Young Scot website if you need to:
- update the details on your Young Scot card or change your photo
- replace your Young Scot card because it is damaged or lost
Help and support
To get help or support with your Young Scot card you should contact your local council via the Young Scot site.