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Last day to use 'old' TTC tickets and passes



2012_Senior_Student_.jpgAfter today, Thursday, February 28, you can’t use 2012 senior or student tickets or 2012 day passes to pay your fare on the TTC.

You can still get a refund if you still have tickets and day passes that you bought in 2012.

The TTC will refund the full value of 2012 senior and student tickets for $1.75 each and day passes (with “Version A12” on the back of the pass) for $10.50 each.

You can get a refund in person at:

TTC Metropass Discount Plan Office,
1900 Yonge Street,
(above Davisville Station)
Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.

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The TTC also extends its office hours for refunds every Thursday and the first and last business day of each month from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. (The office is closed statutory holidays.)

If you prefer that the TTC mail you a refund, write to:

TTC Accounts Payable
1900 Yonge Street,
Toronto ON
M4S 1Z2

Allow six to eight weeks for the TTC to send you your refund.

Remember: You can’t use any senior or student tickets and day passes that you bought before 2012 at any time and the TTC will not refund their cost.