You most definitely can! Because your itinerary will be more complicated than basic point A-to-point B, you’ll need to communicate with your booking specialist. They’ll help you put together a transportation program that covers your entire season. If you’re booking for a major sports event or an away tournament, take advantage of our pro services. You’ll still enjoy all the perks of online booking through Bus.com—24/7 support, coast-to-coast coverage, vetted drivers, etc.—but you’ll also receive more specialized attention. If you need on-site staff, passenger ticketing solutions, day-of monitoring, or other tailored services we’re here to help!
But of course! Chartering a bus for a single game is easy with the Bus.com booking tool. Input your departure and arrival points, travel date, and preferred bus, then request a quote. This is a simple booking option that you can do in minutes. Despite its ease, we still recommend booking your bus at least six months in advance. We can accommodate last minute bookings, but you may have to pay more for your ride.
Yes! In fact, we highly recommend it. Rather than hire a dozen cabs to transport your team to their hotel, use a charter bus. You’ll save on transportation, keep everyone together, and provide your players with a streamlined travel experience that’s easy to follow. Speak with your booking specialist to organize airport pickup, whether it’s from JFK or LAX. Our team knows all the ins and outs—from choosing loading zones to coordinating with airport staff.
That depends on the length of your trip, the bus you choose, the region you’ll travel through, and the time of year. While prices vary, the best way to ensure you get the best bang for your buck is to book early. Get a free quote using our Online Booking Tool, and take advantage of our Book Now, Pay Later policy to secure your bus at an early bird price, then wait to pay until 21 days before departure.
The coach bus fits a maximum of 55 passengers, the school bus holds 47, the mini coach bus 32, and the minibus 21. When you calculate the amount of seats you need, don’t forget to include coaches, management, parents, and anyone else travelling with your team. If you have not rented a coach bus and you’re moving lots of equipment, reserve a few seats for luggage. It is illegal to store stuff in the aisles. Which brings us to our next point.
Yes! The coach bus has a huge undercarriage that can store everything from basketballs to hockey gear to duffel bags and more. Even if your team isn’t large enough to fill all 55 seats in the coach bus, you’ll want to rent this bus if you’re moving lots of equipment. The undercarriage is also a great place to store tents, lawn chairs, tables, and other tailgating essentials. When you pack, make sure everything is secure and protected so that it arrives at the game safe and sound.
The coach bus is the top of the line, with wifi, power outlets, air conditioning, on-board restrooms, audio-visual equipment available. But don’t worry if you’ve opted for another bus. You’ll still get something safe and comfortable. Like the coach bus, the mini coach bus can be equipped with wifi and A/C. Get a DVD and TV system on a minibus. And if you’ve got a school bus, you’ll enjoy a little nostalgia and an easy-to-manage price.