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Oxford Bus Company-Key Smart Card

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Our hotel is on Banbury Rd., Summertown. We intend to take the public bus into the town of Oxford, the University of Oxford and to-and-from the Oxford Bus Station.I would like to purchase bus tickets at a discount price for our four-day stay.

The Key smart card seems to be a good choice for the two of us; however, I can't figure out which one to select: Park & Ride or City Zone. Is anyone familiar with the Key smart card?

This is an afterthought: We will be taking the Oxford Express from Heathrow Airport into the town of Oxford - should that be taken into consideration when purchasing a Key card?

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