Bicester Park & Ride Near Oxford – All You Need to Know in 2022

Bicester Park & Ride – North of Oxford – 2022

I know what you are thinking! Why have I put Bicester Park and ride down as for servicing Oxford, when Oxford has 5 allocated Park and rides of its own. Basically, because you can never have enough car parking options. Bicester Park and ride maybe in equidistance between Banbury and Oxford and take up to 53 minutes to get the bus into Oxford city centre.

But it does have some benefits as well, The main one being it is free of charge. Unlike the five Oxford Park and Rides, you do not have to pay at Bicester Park and Ride to park your vehicle. But, also unlike the Oxford park and rides, the maximum stage here are Bisceseter is only 24 hours.

PLEASE NOTE: Penalties charges may apply after this time.

A great alternative to using Bisceseter, or any of the Park and ride services is to download our bespoke google map of the Best FREE Parking Spots in Oxford Read more about it at the bottom of the page.

Parking at Bicester Park and Ride

Bicester park and ride is perfect if you are planning to visit both Oxford and Banbury and fancy just leaving the car behind for the days. Remember there is a maximum stay of 24 hours at this park and ride. If you want up to a 3-day stay, it would be recommended that you use the Pear Tree park and ride just 2 miles south instead.

Bicester Park & Ride Car Park Details
Opening Times24 hours a day
7 days a week
AddressVendee Drive
OX26 1BT
PostcodeOX2 8HA
PriceUp to 24 hours Only
Over 24 hours
Disabled Badge
£100 charge
Pay bycash or card at the machineYou can also pay by calling 01865-989-000 or by SMS on 81025 using Location ID 3919 if you are a RingGo users
Distance14.4 miles
Disable BaysYes14 bays
Electric Car ChargerYes
Safer Parking AwardedYes

Getting to and from Oxford and Bicester Park and Ride

The easiest way to travel for Bicester park and ride is by the S6 bus from Bicester Village into Oxford city centre, ending at Bus Stop C6 on Magdalen Street. This journey takes approximately 45 minutes but can vary depending on what time of day it is.

Bicester – Oxford C6 Bus Ticket PricesPricePurchase Your Ticket
Single£4.40On the C6 bus
Though the Stagecoach bus App
Return£5.50 On the C6 bus
Though the Stagecoach bus App
Day Ticket
Oxfordshire Gold DayRider
£8.20 On the C6 bus
Though the Stagecoach bus App
See for the latest prices

Great Alternative to the Bicester Park & Ride

If Parking miles away from your final destination and then getting public transport into Oxford isn’t your thing. Road Trip Heroes are here to help and have visited, searched, researched and created a bespoke google map showing you where the best unrestricted FREE parking spots are in and around Oxford.

This map unveils the un-restricted roads where you can park for free nearest to West Gate shopping centre, Clarendon Oxford shopping centre and the John Radcliffe hospital and Churchill hospital and near to Oxford International Airport.

Also showing free parking opportunities nearest to Banbury Road, Botly Road, Abingdon Road, Iffley Road and more. To get parked up is easy, just:

  1. Buy the Map – & the map Instand download
  2. Choose your Free Parking Spot on the map
  3. Let Google navigate you straight there
  4. Park up safely & enjoy your day

A Great Alternative to Bicester Park & Ride

Download Our Helpful Map of the

Best Free Parking in Oxford

I added Bicester park and ride as an option to use when visiting Oxford. But although it is free, you can only park for a day and buses don’t even run here on a Sunday. So let it be your 6th choice for a park and ride location in Oxford.

Well seventh option, as I would recommend using the Best FREE Parking Spots in Oxford map way before getting to any of the Park and Ride options. Less of course you are visiting Banbury for the day, in which case Bicester park and ride is the one for you.

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