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Using Your Old TTC Tickets and Passes

By January 10, 2013

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A very old TTC Day Pass. There's no refund if you still have one of these!
Photo © Marilyn Campbell

On January 1, the cost of using the TTC went up again for most riders. Cash fares and children's fares remain unchanged, but the price of tickets, tokens and passes for adults and students all went up by some amount (you can have a look at the current TTC fares if you haven't already heard about the changes).

Using Up Old Tickets and Day Passes

This is particularly relevant for students, seniors, and anyone who has an unused TTC Day Pass on hand. Unlike tokens, these paper-based fares get a new design with the new price, which means old tickets and passes are effectively out-of-date. If you still have any of these, you have until February 28, 2013 to use them as follows:
  • 2012 Student/Senior tickets will be accepted as partial fare payment; you must also deposit an additional 5 into the fare box.
  • 2012 Day Passes can still be used as is until February 28, 2013.

Refunds for Old Tickets and Passes

If you won't be able to use up your 2012 tickets and passes by the end of February, you can return them for a refund. If you need to make use of this service visit the Old Tickets and Day Pass notice on the TTC website for details on where and when you can make the change.

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