Dublin Bus users will no longer be able to claim refunds from their head office from September 9.
Instead, passengers will be given an ‘extra payment’ receipt that is non-redeemable.
Dublin Bus is advising all commuters to use Leap Cards or have exact change as they make the switch.
The Leap card came into effect in November 2011 and can be used on Dublin Bus, the Luas as well as the Dart and Commuter.
Dublin Bus say extra change when people overpay will go towards financing improved services and also towards finding the Community Spirits Award initiative.
This initiative has helped almost 1,800 voluntary groups to date through unclaimed passenger change.
The company says that it is all part of the plans to move to cashless operations on all buses.
Meanwhile, Dublin Bus is set to increase services by 27 per cent and change route numbers, it was revealed last month.
The National Transport Authority revealed its Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign Public Consultation report back in July.
Eleven brand-new orbital routes will operate every 15 minutes or less in the north, south and west of the network area.
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