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Explaining your invoice

You can find the invoices for your NS Flex season ticket or season ticket on account under the tab heading 'Payment overview' in Mijn NS. This page shows your season ticket costs and any travel expenses. Log in to Mijn NS to view your invoices.

The parts of your invoice.

What do all the parts of your invoice mean? We have listed them for you in a sample invoice. In this example, you can see:

  • season ticket costs (under the name of your season ticket);
  • Ticket fees for travel by train;
  • Costs for separate train products, such as Intercity direct;
  • Costs for travel by bus, tram or metro;
  • Costs for door-to-door services.

Please note: Bicycle storage on account is listed under 'NS Fiets' on your invoice. Costs for OV-fiets rental are listed under 'OV-fiets'.

Frequently Asked Questions about your NS invoice

  • Where can I view and download my invoices?

    You can view your invoices in Mijn NS. You need to log into Mijn NS to do this. After logging in, choose the menu option Invoicing.

  • When will I receive my first invoice?

    You will receive the first invoice after purchasing your season ticket. This first invoice contains the season ticket costs for the first month. After this first month, you will receive an invoice for the travel costs for the previous month and the season ticket costs for the second month.

  • When will the amount be deducted from my bank account?

    You will receive an e-mail when there is a new invoice ready for download. This e-mail includes the following information:

    • the total amount
    • the expected automatic debit date
    • the bank account number from which the amount will be debited

    The amount will be deducted from your bank account by automatic debit shortly after the the invoice date. You do not have to do anything yourself. If the automatic debit is unsuccessful due to insufficient balance, you will receive an e-mail with information on how to pay.

    If your invoice states that you will receive money back from NS, then it will be deposited into your bank account a few days later.

  • When do I pay for my season ticket and travel costs?

    You pay for your season ticket costs at the start of the month, and your travel costs in arrears.

  • What is my invoice date?

    Your invoice date is the date on which you purchased your NS Flex season ticket. Therefore, if you purchased your season ticket on 20 January, you will receive your invoice on the 20th of each month thereafter - 20 February, 20 March, etc. You cannot change this date.

  • Why am I receiving an interim invoice?

    If you are still to receive season ticket money from us, you will receive an interim invoice. You will also receive your monthly invoice as usual.

  • Why are there travel costs missing from my invoice?

    You may notice that a bus, tram or metro journey or the name of a stop is missing from your invoice. How is this possible? NS does not have direct access to your bus, tram and metro data, but receives it from Translink instead. This can sometimes take up to 21 days. If you happen to receive your invoice during this period, we will include the missing journey on your next invoice.

    Unfortunately, we cannot supplement missing stop data for you. We are currently in discussions with other carriers in order to make this data as complete as possible.

  • Will I still receive an invoice after cancelling?

    After cancelling your season ticket, you will receive one more invoice for the travel costs for the previous month, plus any NS service costs or correction fees.

  • What are correction fees?

    Forgotten to check in or out? It happens to the best of us from time to time. In both cases, we charge a correction fee. You will see this listed on the next invoice you receive.

Do you have any further questions?

Then please feel free to ask the NS Community or contact our Customer Service