Pensioner Card

Travel freely by bus, train and Metro at a specially low fixed price if you are over 65 or an early retiree.

  • Valid for three zones or all zones in either the Copenhagen Metropolitan area, South or West Zealand.
  • Valid for three months
  • The Pensioner Card carries certain restrictions. Read more here

Worth knowing

If you travel less than once (round trip) a week, it may be cheaper for you to travel on Rejsekort (travel card) (Available in Danish). If you need to travel 4 zones or more, you can also buy a single ticket pensioner with a 25% discount.

If you buy two Pensioner Cards, for example, a card for zones 1-99 and a card for zones 101-199, this can be done via DOT Webshop and at Movia sales outlets. But at DSB Sales & Service and 7-Eleven, you can only be issued Pensioner Cards valid for the area you are in. Cards for zones 1-99 must be purchased within zones 1-99 and cards for zones 101-199 must be purchased within zones 101-199.

Sales outlet

Buy and renew at DOT’s sales outlets, selected 7-Elevens in the Greater Copenhagen area and West Zealand, and in DSB 7/11 in Næstved, 7/11 in Nykøbing F., and in Superbrugsen in Nakskov.

Find a sales outlet

DOT Webshop

Here you can renew your Pensioner Pass by ordering a new value certificate.

You need to have your card number ready - it is displayed at the top of your card.

Renew Pensioner Card (in Danish)

Rejsekort Customer Service

If you are travelling in South Zealand (zones 201-299) you can also buy a Season Pass Pensioner on Rejsekort.

Call 70 11 33 33, press 4 and ask for Movia’s Rejsekort Customer Service.

Then you will receive a form in the post that you can fill in and return in an enclosed reply envelope.