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A single ride fare on Muni is good for 120 minutes of travel, whether it be on a single route or a trip with multiple transfers across buses and light rail. You can save $0.25 per trip by paying with a Clipper Card or MuniMobile.




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Eligible Seniors must apply for and receive a Clipper card before they can purchase the discount monthly pass. People with Disabilities and Medicare card holders must apply for and receive a Regional Transit Connection (RTC) card.


Discount customers must apply for a Clipper card or download the app in order to receive the discount.You can load cash value onto your Clipper card to pay for single rides. When you tag your Clipper card to the reader as you board a 120 minute transfer will be stored to your card. You must tag your card each time you board a vehicle.


Tag your Clipper card only once after 8:30 p.m. and travel until 5 a.m. the next day. Unlimited late-night travel offer applies to Clipper users, but tagging multiple times will result in fare charges. Show the activated Clipper card to Muni operator or Station Agent at a Metro booth or, if unattended, proceed through the fare gate closest to the booth.


Change is not provided on bus or light rail vehicles. Stop ahead of time and pick up change along the way or load cash onto your Clipper card to avoid the hassle. Customers paying cash at Muni Metro light rail stations must purchase a Limited Use Ticket from a Ticket Vending Machine (TVM) located outside of the faregates. Cash or credit/debit cards are accepted at these machines. Tap the ticket to the faregate reader for access.


When riding the bus, the driver will hand you a fare receipt (often referred to as a "transfer"). Keep this with you at all times, regardless of whether you plan to transfer to another route or not. If the driver does not hand you a receipt, remember to ask for one. Riding Muni without proof of payment can result in receiving a citation and heavy fine, so keep your receipt! This receipt must also be shown to a station agent when transferring to light rail in a Muni Metro station for faregate access. A Limited Use Ticket purchased from a TVM electronically records the transfer time.


Always keep track of the time on your receipt or ticket to be sure it's still valid. You must complete your trip within 120 minutes. Once your transfer expires, you must pay for another single ride fare.


The SFMTA provides a fifty-cent discount off an adult single ride for customers transferring to Muni from the agencies listed below when using a Clipper card (does not apply to Cable Car service). Some agencies also provide a reciprocal single ride discount for Muni customers transferring to their service. Please visit their websites or 511 for more information on their fare rules and discounts.


You are eligible for two free rides on the 14R, 28, 54 and 57 Muni routes when transferring from the Daly City BART Station and paying your fare using Clipper. The first trip must be taken within 23 hours after exiting BART and the second within 24 hours after exiting BART for the free fares to apply. The free fares are stored automatically when you tag your Clipper card upon exit at the Daly City station. You must also tag your Clipper card upon boarding Muni for proof of payment.


What is Electronic Benefit Transfer?Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) is an electronic system that replaced paper food stamp coupons with a card that is like a credit or bank card. North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) recipients use EBT cards to access FNS benefits. EBT cards can be used at any USDA authorized retailer. Most major grocery stores are USDA authorized retailers.


How does EBT work?Food and Nutrition Services recipients apply for their benefits by filling out a form at their local DSS office. Once eligibility and level of benefits have been determined, an account is established in the participant's name, and benefits are deposited electronically in the account each month. A plastic card, like a bank card, is issued and a personal identification number (PIN) is assigned or chosen by the recipient to give access to the account. Recipients may change the PIN at any time. Training is available to recipients who have any problems accessing the system.


When paying for groceries, the FNS customer's card is run through an electronic reader or a point of sale terminal (POS), and the recipient enters the PIN to access the account. If there are benefits in the account, the recipient's account is debited for the amount of the purchase. The store receipt shows the amount of benefits remaining in the recipient's account.


Remember to check your balance before you shop.Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) are not issued following the same timeframe as regular FNS benefits on an EBT card. For more information on P-EBT and when benefits will be issued, please visit www.ncdhhs.gov/pebt.


How do I change my PIN?To change your PIN, call the toll-free number on the back of your EBT card. Follow the automated instructions to change the PIN. Assistance is available from a customer service representative 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


EBT stands for Electronic Benefits Transfer. Through the "Families First" EBT card, Work First New Jersey (WFNJ) and New Jersey Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) recipients are able to purchase food. In addition, WFNJ recipient also are able to access cash benefits using the card. EBT offers recipients the experience of doing business like other consumers and is time- and cost-effective for merchants because it eliminates the use of food coupons. Moreover, the system has proven helpful in preventing fraud associated with NJ SNAP trafficking.Most WFNJ clients are issued the Families First card to access cash assistance and SNAP benefits.


The EBT card is similar to a bank card, with a secret Personal Identification Number (PIN) to use the benefits that are deposited into an account. Once benefits are deposited into your account, the client can begin using their card.


Riders age 5-18 or 65 and over can apply for a Youth or Senior Clipper card by mail, email or fax. Or get a card in person. You'll need to verify your birth date with an accepted form of identification for a Youth or Senior Clipper card.


Riders under age 65 with qualifying disabilities can apply for a Regional Transportation Connection (RTC) Clipper card. It works like any other Clipper card. Just load it with any combination of cash value and discounted passes. You can also use it as a photo ID when paying with cash.


Learn about how to use the RTC Clipper card in the Guide to the RTC Clipper Card. (opens in new window) You can also find answers to commonly-asked questions about the RTC Clipper card in our RTC Card & Accessibility topic.


If you use more than one bus route to reach your destination, ask your bus driver for a transfer card. Transfers on our fixed-route services are free and valid for 90 minutes from the time they are issued. A transfer can't be used for a return trip on the same route.


FREE - When more than one bus is required to complete your trip, you can transfer onto the second bus for free. Simply ask your operator for a transfer as you board the first bus and pay your fare! The time of that transfer pass expires 30 minutes after your bus reaches its final destination.


You may use a driver's license, or a state, military, or government issued ID card which contains your photo. We are sorry, but we can NOT accept a Valley Metro Discount ID Card as identification for your check.


Your SuperAmerica gift cards will no longer be accepted as a method of payment at Speedway locations. Please call customer service at 800-428-4016 to have your balance transferred to a Speedway Gift Card.


Post-Thanksgiving shopping aside, some of the most powerful money-saving and points-earning tools you should already be frequently using are limited-time credit card offers, which reward you for swiping your card with specific merchants. They can also play a huge role in your Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping plans, and similar to coupons, you must clip them in order to take advantage of the savings.


In almost every case, credit card offers are targeted statement credits or bonus rewards that you'll receive by shopping at specific merchants with certain cards, providing excellent ways to save money on purchases you're probably making anyway.


For example, your preferred card may be targeted for a $10 statement credit after you spend $50 at a restaurant you frequent. Simply log in to your account to add the offer to your card and you'll automatically receive that $10 credit after meeting the spending requirement.


The one exception to this earning structure is Capital One Offers, which functions more like a shopping portal, such as Rakuten. You must navigate to a merchant through Capital One's website, then make your purchase. You also cannot use other coupons or cash-back offers in tandem with Capital One Offers.


Keep in mind that the specific offers you see will vary by the type of card you have. For example, offers from vendors such as T-Mobile and Staples are generally only available for small business cards such as The Business Platinum Card from American Express or the Marriott Bonvoy Business American Express Card. And if you happen to have multiple Amex cards, you'll generally only be able to take advantage of an offer with one of them. Also, American Express will only display up to 100 offers at a time, so you may need to activate some offers before you can see the rest.


A few things to note: Capital One small business cards are not eligible, unfortunately, and the issuer does not publish end dates for any of its offers. However, Capital One small business cardholders can take advantage of Capital One Shopping, which operates similarly. 041b061a72


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