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The name of several major long-distance bus/coach companies operating in USA, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Currently all are related except the Australian company.

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Unfortunately, the online site doens't have all the features that a phone booking or in-person booking does. Perhaps one day. It's not however, a duplicate of their functionality. Most common booki …
answered Nov 12 '14 by Mark Mayo
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Normally you being there in plenty of time should ensure you are the first-came, and excess passengers would be put on after the rest of you. However, this is Greyhound we're talking about, and to … further complicate, this is Thanksgiving, the day of the year rules just don't apply ;) According to one source: As the ticket policy suggests, Greyhound does not assign you a seat when you buy …
answered Nov 22 '11 by Mark Mayo
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pity print ;) Alternatively, go to the Greyhound terminal early and ask (or better call their help line). But do ask first before buying another ticket - you lose nothing by asking, and they may solve …
answered Apr 28 '12 by Mark Mayo
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Generally when you get to the bus station, there'll be a board for information. Failing that, ask at a counter. One of these two sources will tell you the gate for the bus, based on your destination. …
answered May 21 '14 by Mark Mayo
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It will not. If you can have it by your feet or on your lap or above your head (within reason), you can take it on board. Source, have taken many, many Greyhound trips, including where I'd take a …
answered May 14 by Mark Mayo
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Firstly, it's a little tricky - the ESTA doesn't always mean you can arrive by land. Indeed, it usually only applies to land borders within 90 days of a flight into the US (go figure). However, I've …
answered Nov 11 '14 by Mark Mayo