Q: I could not buy the T10 when I visted the metro ticket vending machine. How can I buy a T10 transport ticket?
A: On 01 January 2020 the T10 transport ticket was replaced by the T-Casual ticket. It is no longer possible to buy the T10 ticket. The T-Casual is similar to the T10 ticket in that you still have 10 journeys with a travel duration time of 75 Minutes per journey. However, the main difference is that the T-Casual ticket is not a multi-person ticket, which means you cannot share the ticket with anyone on the same journey. You can however, give your T-Casual ticket to another person and they can use it provided that you are not using the same T-Casual ticket on the same journey as the person you have given it to.
Price of the T-Casual Ticket
T-Casual ticket: €11.35
The T-Casual ticket is valid until the last day of February following the year of purchase.
The T-Casual gives you 10 journeys each journey may not exceeding 75 Minutes per journey. You can make up to 3 transfers within the 75 Minutes however you cannot travel on the same journey within the 75 Minutes i.e. make a return journey within the 75 Minutes without it counting as a separate journey.
You can use the T-Casual on the TMB metro system (excluding the metro to the Airport) the FGC, the tram, the RENFE train from the Airport and the TMB busses from the airport. The tickets must be validated on each journey.
The T-Casual is not a multi-person ticket
Unlike the T10 ticket it replaced, the T-Casual is not a multi-person ticket which means that you cannot share the ticket with members of your group on the same journey. You can however give the ticket to another user to use provided you have not also validated the ticket on the same journey at the same time.
You do not need identification to purchase the T-Casual ticket.
For anyone that has a T10 ticket with journeys still left on their card they will be able use them until 29 February 2020 after which time the T10 ticket will no longer be valid.
More information on the T-Casual ticket
Follow this link to our FAQ on T-Casual ticket. T-Casual FAQ.
T-Casual 10 journey Ticket vs Hola Barcelona Unlimited Travel Pass
A better alternative to the T-Casual might be the Hola Barcelona Travel Card that offers unlimited travel on Barcelona public transport. You won't have to worry about the number of journeys you have left on your T-Casual Ticket or about purchasing a new one that you might not entirely use. With the Hola Barcelona you can travel unlimitedly and worry-free while saving money.
The Hola Barcelona Travel Pass is valid on the Barcelona Metro including the Barcelona Airport metro line (Orange Line, L9), the Barcelona buses (TMB buses) including the TMB bus from Barcelona centre to Barcelona Airport, the tram (TRAM), the urban railway (FGC trains in Zone 1) and the regional railway (Rodalies de Catalunya trains in Zone 1) including the Barcelona Airport RENFE R2 train.