Two ways to help you purchase your tokens over the next few weeks

On November 23, the TTC replaced token sales with tickets to limittoken hording, while maintaining the availability of discounted bulkfare rates for customers.
Published : November 25, 2009

1 Tokens at collector booths

•In general, customers can buy one or more tokens from collector booths.

•Any time you buy a single token, it is sold at the cash fare rate.

•When a customer buys five or more, they pay $2.25 each. As of January 3, the cost will increase to $2.50 each.

•On November 23, the TTC replaced token sales with tickets to limit token hording, while maintaining the availability of discounted bulk fare rates for customers.

•With the new tickets, customers are welcome to buy as many as they wish, however, the tickets will only be accepted until January 3. From January 3 to January 31, customers can continue to use tickets, with an additional quarter. After January 31, tickets will no longer be accepted.


2 Tokens at vending machines

•In general, customers can buy one or more tokens from token vending machines.

•Any time you buy a single token, it is sold at the cash fare rate.

•When a customer buys five or more, they pay $2.25 each, as of January 3, the cost will increase to $2.50 each.

•Currently, due to token hording, the TTC has limited the number of tokens sold at all token
vending machines to one, at the cash fare rate of $2.75.

•As of January 3, normal sales at token vending machines will resume.

Courtesy Toronto Transit Commission

 
 
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