Greyhound gets fancy new buses and gives away tickets via Twitter Greyhound is rolling out new buses with free WiFi, additional legroom, power outlets for laptops and iPods, and new seats. To celebrate, they're giving away tickets via Twitter. Budget Travel Monday, Apr 13, 2009, 11:15 AM One of Greyhound's new buses (Courtesy Greyhound Lines) Budget Travel LLC, 2016

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Greyhound gets fancy new buses and gives away tickets via Twitter

One of Greyhound's new buses (Courtesy Greyhound Lines)
The new design features 110-volt power outlets in each seat row (Courtesy Greyhound Lines)

Greyhound has debuted new buses on its routes out of New York City to Boston, Montreal, and Toronto, and the company will replace the rest of its fleet in the coming months. Perks on the new buses include free Wi-Fi, three inches of additional leg room, and power outlets for charging laptops and other devices.

To celebrate Greyhound's exciting new changes,'s This Just In blog is partnering with Greyhound for a ticket giveaway. You have a chance to win one of two pairs of round-trip tickets good for any Greyhound route in the U.S. and/or Canada.

To be entered to win, Budget Travel readers need to join the free microblogging service and follow @GreyhoundBus (at ( and/or @BudTravel, post a Tweet (in other words, a short message) along these lines:

So exciting! @GreyhoundBus redefines bus travel with its more comfortable #NewBus! @BudTravel [this Budget Travel blog post, or]

Greyhound will select one lucky winner each day, over the next two calendar days. It will announce the winner here on our blog, This Just In, and on Twitter in our budtravel newsfeed. Contest open to anyone in the US and Canada, but: The winner must be 18 or over. Greyhound and Washington Post company employees are not eligible. Not valid for Province of Quebec residents. Void where prohibited.


Twitter is the free service for posting and reading 140-character messages on the Internet, using your computer or a smartphone. Many of its users are avid travelers and share great tips.


Buses are back, at least for trips between cities

Note:This story was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.


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