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PRESTO tickets available at all TTC stations

One-ride, two-ride and day pass PRESTO tickets are now available from the fare-vending machines in all TTC subway stations.

According to the TTC, “PRESTO Tickets are ideal for people who don’t use the TTC regularly and visitors to the city. A one-ride ticket costs $3.25 (same as cash fare), a two-ride ticket costs $6.50 and the day pass ticket costs $13.00. Everyone over the age of 12 must have their own PRESTO Ticket when travelling on the TTC. PRESTO Tickets are eligible for the two-hour transfer.”

You must tap your PRESTO ticket when entering a subway station and boarding a bus or streetcar. A tapped PRESTO ticket is your proof of payment and you should carry it you at all times when travelling on the TTC. Unlike a PRESTO card, PRESTO tickets are not reloadable and expire 90 days after you buy them.

The TTC says, “A re-loadable PRESTO card provides the best fare value at $3.10 per ride for adults and $2.15 for youths/seniors.” They are available for $6 at all fare-vending machines, Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Toronto, online at and the TTC Customer Service Centre at Davisville Station. You can load funds onto the card to pay-as-you-go or buy a TTC monthly pass. You can also set your PRESTO card to automatically top up funds or renew passes so that you never run out of funds. By setting up a “My PRESTO Account”, you protect the card balance and monthly pass if you ever lose or damage the card.

The TTC started rolling out PRESTO tickets Thursday, April 5 at Lawrence West and Yorkdale stations. It expanded the program to include ten more stations Sunday, May 5.