Last Day on Stockpiled Metro Cards

June 30, 2008 at 11:02 am Leave a comment

From Second Ave. Sagas:

I wanted to remind you all of the importance of June 30. After Monday, all One-Day Unlimited Ride Metrocards purchased prior to the fare hike will expire.

For those who stockpiled MetroCards, this month was the drop-dead point. Thirty-day cards had to be activated by June 1; seven-day cards had to be swiped by June 24; and the one-day Fun Passes must be used by the end of the day on Monday. So if you have one-day passes lying around the house, take a few subway rides this weekend.

But worry not if your cards go unused. Refunds will be available to those customers who have unused pre-fare hike Unlimited Ride MetroCards. Ask your nearest friendly station booth worker for an envelope, mail it off to the MTA and wait a few weeks. You will get a refund. I’ve done it before; it actually works.

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