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7 Feb 2018

All 50,000 SEPTA Regional Rail passes sold out for Eagles Parade

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February 7, 2018 Category: Local, Sports Posted by:

Photo: SEPTA Facebook page

SEPTA has sold out of all of its 50,000 day passes for Regional Rail ahead of Thursday’s Eagles Super Bowl parade in Philadelphia.

For those who were lucky enough to get purchase a pass, SEPTA says it does not guarantee a ride if trains are full to capacity. However, the  pass is good for 180 days if you can’t use on parade day.

Weekly and Monthly TrailPasses can also be used for parade-day travel in addition to pre-purchased senior/reduced fares.

Regional Rail Parade Day schedule here: septa.org/eagles/regional-rail.html

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