SEPTA To Offer New Three-Day Passes

A train pulls into the Levittown SEPTA Train Station. Photo by Rick Rickman.

In a move to give more options to customers, SEPTA is offering new three-day passes. Available for the Regional Rail and Transit, the passes go on sale Tuesday, October 20.

SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards said the new options give riders “convenience and savings.” She added commuters and visitors have adjusted to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“People are changing how they travel and ride SEPTA, and we know that we have to be flexible to provide customers with options that fit their needs,” said Richards.

The new three-day pass for the Regional Rail will cost $36. It bundles three one-day passes at a discount.

Each rider can use the three-day pass on any three days of their choosing up to 10 times total. Once a pass is activated for a day, the rider can use it through 2 a.m. the following morning before another day is counted.

This new three-day pass is only available on the SEPTA Key Card. Customers can purchase a Key Card at any SEPTA Station Fare Kiosk.