Autotrans Celebrates 70 Years in Croatia with Discounts and Special Offers

By , 15 Feb 2017, 11:47 AM Travel
Autotrans Celebrates 70 Years in Croatia with Discounts and Special Offers Source: Autotrans Facebook

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Autotrans is celebrating 70 years with full devotion to their customers.

In 2017, the Autotrans group celebrates a big anniversary: 70 years of successfully working within the Croatian market. To help celebrate this important event, the leading Croatian bus operator's anniversary will be marked by numerous novelties which will be particularly appealing to their customers, reports on February 15, 2017.

For their 70th anniversary, the Autotrans group has introduced the new myAurotrans registration program which will allow customers even faster online ticketing and easy to manage reservations, thus contributing to an even better user experience.

Thanks to this program, the number of steps needed to purchase a ticket has been reduced to a minimum because new functions have been created that allow the storage of passenger information. Equally important to mention is that travelers at any time can access all purchased tickets, see past and future trips, view the details of each trip, download maps, book a trip with an open return ticket, and buy the same ticket again all in one place.

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Source: Autotrans Facebook

To the delight of all customers, a perk to creating the myAutotrans account is surely the exclusive benefits in the form of discounts, special offers and best fares. 

As a welcome gift for registering, all passengers who have created a myAutotrans account will receive a promo code with a 20% discount, which can used for the online purchase of your next bus trip on the many lines Autotrans has to offer. The offer is valid until February 28, 2017, and travel is valid through May 31, 2017.

All year round, travelers can expect many other improvements, benefits, free tickets, promo codes, and many more surprises from the Autotrans group. 

From their beginnings in 1947 until today, Autotrans has grown from a local company into a respected national company. Autotrans has 480 buses whose safety and travel benefits are taken care of by over 1000 staff. Autotrans customers can purchase bus tickets at their 80 ticket outlets or on their website

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