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Hassle-free Christmas travel! Mash Poa tickets booked online via BuuPass

In a strategic move to enhance its routes, Kenyan online bus ticketing app BuuPass has announced the inclusion of Mash Poa buses, introducing the Mombasa-Malindi route to its expanding network.

Mash Poa becomes the inaugural addition to BuuPass’s network, serving critical routes connecting Nairobi, Mombasa, and Malindi Roads.

The partnership extends further, covering popular destinations like Kisumu, Malaba, Kampala, and Busia.

Having already dominated the western route with popular destinations such as Kisumu, Kitale, and Bungoma, BuuPass aims to solidify its presence along the coast by onboarding more bus companies servicing the route.

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BuuPass’s innovative platform seamlessly integrates with Mash Poa and others, revolutionizing the traditional process of bus ticketing. The partnership promises to eliminate long queues and last-minute availability concerns, offering real-time information on routes, schedules, and ticket availability.

This convenience empowers customers to effortlessly book bus tickets from the comfort of their homes or while on the move.

The digital booking platform, boasting access to a portfolio of 1250 buses, has already sold over nine million tickets.

BuuPass’s move to making bus reservations for upcountry trips a hassle-free endeavor comes at a critical time considering the upcoming Christmas and New Year celebrations when many Kenyans will be traveling to be with their loved ones. The urgency to secure the right tickets on time often adds to the hustle during this festive season.