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The Discount GoPass Tap card is a reloadable fare payment card that provides DART Check your balance by managing your account online or over the phone. Take control of your money and bank the way you want to bank – anytime, anywhere. The KeyBank mobile banking app is free, fast, and secure with features. All credit cards are subject to credit qualification. 1. Additional terms and conditions apply. Balance transfers have no grace period or rewards points, cash.

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Metrobus

A smarter way to travel with Metrobus

Now available on the key:

- Metrovoyager tickets
- Metrorider tickets for Crawley, Horsham and Redhill & Reigate areas
- Multi Trip tickets for Crawley, Horsham and Redhill & Reigate areas
- Horsham Park & Ride tickets
- Gatwick Travelcards for people working at Gatwick airport


When you top up your card online, your new ticket will be available to use on the bus within 5 hours of the purchase time. This excludes Annual tickets as these require a predetermined start date of at least 48 hours after the date of buying a product.  

Child 3in1 and Student 3in1 tickets have been withdrawn.  To find out about the alternatives that are available to you please follow this link - click here for full details


When you are collecting a product that you have purchased online please wait until the green light on the ticket machine shows before removing your card.

If you already have a key issued by one of our travel shops, you can get a password to log in to your account here.

 


Источник: https://key.metrobus.co.uk/smart-card/

SEPTA Key cards have an expiration date. So please take a moment to check the "GOOD THRU" date on the front of your card. If your card is not already registered, we recommend you do so immediately at septakey.org. Registering your card not only protects your card if it's misplaced, it also makes it much easier to transfer any Travel Wallet funds or unused One Day Independence/One Day Convenience Passes. Instructions on how to register can be found above.

If you have a registered SEPTA Key card, you can move funds and passes to a new card online at septakey.org. It just takes a few clicks and all passes and Travel Wallet balances will transfer to your new card. If the new card already has funds in the Travel Wallet, the amount that you transfer will be added to the existing balance. If you had Autoload set on the old card your new card will automatically be set to Autoload.

Before you can transfer the fare product(s) on an expiring SEPTA Key card you will need to:

Purchase a new SEPTA Key card. You can purchase a new SEPTA Key card at Fare Kiosk or at a Regional Rail Sales Location or Ticket Office. You can also go to one of the External Retailers that sell SEPTA Key cards. You will need to pay the $4.95 purchase fee but if you register the card within 30 days, this amount will be credited to your Travel Wallet for use at a later time

Register your new SEPTA Key card to your existing account.

Once you have a new SEPTA Key card, you have three options to transfer your fares:

1. Visit a SEPTA Sales Location - you can buy a new card and have your fare product(s) transferred on the spot in one transaction.

2. Call the SEPTA Key Customer Call Center (855-567-3782) (please note it can take up to 48 hours to process this request). Please note the Call Center cannot process unused One Day Independence or One Day Convenience Passes. This transfer can only be completed at a SEPTA Sales Location.

3. Card to Card Replacement - Log on to your SEPTA Key Account and go to My Account then follow these steps:

Step 1: Select the card that is expiring then go to Card Options and click on Expiring Key Card

Step 2: Select Expiring as the reason for deactivating it and hit Proceed. You will see the message that you can transfer available funds to another card after you deactivate your current card.

Step 3: The Proceed action takes you to the Card Replacement screen. If you have another SEPTA Key card associated with your account, select the existing Key Card option and click Confirm. If you don't have any other cards linked to your account, you can select Register a New Card and click Confirm. You will receive a confirmation that all pass products and Travel Wallet funds have been transferred from your expiring card to the card you selected. Once you have completed this process, please destroy your deactivated card and begin using the SEPTA Key card with your transferred fare products.

If your card expires and it is unregistered, your only option is to contact the SEPTA Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782 to request a credit/refund for any unused Travel Wallet funds - so please remember to register your SEPTA Key card.

Источник: https://www.iseptaphilly.com/key

The Key

Important notice for key card users:

We are aware of a problem whereby customers are experiencing an issue when attempting to purchase a ticket on a mobile device using a Safari or Samsung internet browser. We recommend using a laptop or a computer to purchase tickets where possible. Alternatively, please download the Microsoft Edge browser which is free on both the App and Google Play stores.

The key is our electronic smartcard that makes paying for travel on Brighton & Hove bus services in Sussex and Kent a whole lot simpler.

To purchaseyour key online or login to your account please go to smartbuses.co.uk

If you top up online your new ticket can take up to 5 hours from the purchase time to be available to use on the bus. This excludes both Annual and Pay Monthly tickets as these require a predetermined start date of at least 48 hours after the date of buying a product.

Adult online key card prices from 14 January 2020

For student prices click here and for young people prices click here.

citySAVER

Valid in area from Shoreham, Patcham, Falmer and Saltdean. (Boundaries are Old Shoreham Red Lion, Dyke Road Avenue/Tongdean Lane (77), Patcham Black Lion, Ditchling Road/Wild Park (79), Falmer Village, Saltdean Bannings Vale). See in map form here.

Not valid on City Sightseeing or Night Buses.

citySAVERs can be used on some other bus companies services, see full listing.

1 day£4.70
7 days£21.60
28 days£79.50
Pay Monthly (Continuous payment until you cancel)£77
90 days£208
12 months£669

networkSAVER

Valid on all Brighton & Hove buses except City Sightseeing. Valid on Night buses. See in map form here. networkSAVERs can be used on some other bus companies services, see full listing.

1 day£5.20
7 days£23.60
28 days£86
Pay Monthly (Continuous payment until you cancel)£82
90 days£231
12 months£730

The above prices are for when buying online, if buying from our 1 Stop Travel Shop or Conway Street the prices will be higher as shown here.

Affordable Annual Pass (Adults): for the best deal, we've partnered with East Sussex Credit Union to offer their members an annual ticket loan that spreads the payments over a year and offers an extra 20% discount.

You can find out more here.

Multi Trip tickets - 10, 20 or 30 single journeys in one ticket

If you don't travel often enough to use one of our existing period SAVERs, then the Multi Trip ticket can offer you savings on your bus travel with the added flexibility on when to use them.They are available in the Brighton & Hove citySAVER area (Shoreham - Patcham - Falmer - Saltdean) see map. You can use them on Night buses too.

These tickets allow you to purchase single journey tickets in bulk. The more you purchase the bigger the discount.

They remain valid for a year so you don't have to use them all up at once. A maximum of 50 can be held on the card.

10 single trips£24
20 single trips£46.50
30 single trips£62

Key Benefits

With a key card you can also get discounts with other retailers - City Car Club, Amsterdammers, Donatello's, Pinocchio's, Street Thai, Bowlplex and Spa Valley Railway. Click for details.

PLUSBUS

For details of PLUSBUS bus and rail tickets on the key.

Keep cards separate to bank cards

Ticket machines are programmed to accept a variety of cards and passes. We recommend storing credit and debit cards separate to smart cards, concessionary passes and mobile tickets to avoid accidently paying with the token. This happens very rarely 

On the rare occasion that a credit or debit card is accidently scanned instead of a pass or mobile ticket, please contact customer services who will issue a full refund. 

Источник: https://www.buses.co.uk/key

ATM card

Type of bank card providing access to Automatic Teller Machines

MAC (Money Access Card) ATM Card

An ATM card is a payment card or dedicated payment card issued by a financial institution (i.e. a bank) which enables a customer to access their financial accounts via its and others’ automated teller machines (ATMs) and to make approved point of purchase retail transactions (i.e. gas stations, grocery, hardware, department stores, etc.) ATM cards are not credit cards or debit cards. ATM cards are payment card size and style plastic cards with a magnetic stripe and/or a plastic smart card with a chip that contains a unique card number and some security information such as an expiration date or CVVC (CVV). ATM cards are known by a variety of names such as bank card, MAC (money access card), client card, key card or cash card, among others. Other payment cards, such as debit cards and credit cards can also function as ATM cards. Charge and proprietary cards cannot be used as ATM cards. The use of a credit card to withdraw cash at an ATM is treated differently to a POS transaction, usually attracting interest charges from the date of the cash withdrawal. Interbank networks allow the use of ATM cards at ATMs of private operators and financial institutions other than those of the institution that issued the cards.

ATM cards can also be used on improvised ATMs such as "mini ATMs", merchants' card terminals that deliver ATM features without any cash drawer.[1][2] These terminals can also be used as cashless scrip ATMs by cashing the receipts they issue at the merchant's point of sale.[3]

The first ATM cards were issued in 1967 by Barclays in London.[4]

Dimensions[edit]

The size of ATM cards is 85.60 mm × 53.98 mm (3.370 in × 2.125 in) and rounded corners with a radius of 2.88–3.48 mm, in accordance with ISO/IEC 7810#ID-1, the same size as other payment cards, such as credit, debit and other cards. They also have a printed or embossed bank card number conforming with the ISO/IEC 7812 numbering standard.

ATM uses[edit]

All ATMs, at a minimum, will permit cash withdrawals of customers of the machine's owner (if a bank-operated machine) and for cards that are affiliated with any ATM network the machine is also affiliated. They will report the amount of the withdrawal and any fees charged by the machine on the receipt. Most banks and credit unions will permit routine account-related banking transactions at the bank's own ATM, including deposits, checking the balance of an account, and transferring money between accounts.

Some ATM cards can also be used at a branch, as identification for in-person transactions.

The use of the ATM card for in store purchases or refunds is allowed only with pre-approved retailers, but not for on-line transactions.

For other types of transactions through telephone or online banking, this may be performed with an ATM card without in-person authentication. This includes account balance inquiries, electronic bill payments, or in some limited cases, online purchases (see Interac Online).

Card networks[edit]

ATM cards operate through specific networks. Interlink is just one example of the many ATM networks.

Canada's Interac and Mastercard's Maestro are examples of networks that link bank accounts with point-of-sale equipment.

Some debit card networks also started their lives as ATM card networks before evolving into full-fledged debit card networks such as STAR (Interbank Network), and others such as: Development Bank of Singapore (DBS)'s Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS) and Bank Central Asia (BCA)'s Debit BCA, both of them were later on adopted by other banks (with Prima Debit being the Prima interbank network version of Debit BCA).

Misuse[edit]

Due to increased illegal copies of cards with a magnetic stripe, the European Payments Council established a Card Fraud Prevention Task Force in 2003 that spawned a commitment to migrate all ATMs and POS applications to use a chip-and-PIN solution by the end of 2010.[5] The "SEPA for Cards"[6] has completely removed the magnetic stripe requirement from Maestro debit cards.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATM_card
Four Amazon gift cards on a wood surface

Not sure if you have sufficient funds to buy that item on Amazon? If so, it’s easy to check your gift card balance on both the Amazon website and the Amazon mobile app, as well as the history of cards you’ve redeemed.

RELATED:How to Change Your Default Credit Card on Amazon (And Clean Up the List)

Check Your Gift Card Balance on the Amazon Website

If you are on a Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, use the official Amazon website to see the available gift card balance in your account.

To do so, first, open a web browser on your computer and launch the Amazon site. Sign in to your account on the site.

In Amazon’s top-right corner, hover your mouse over the “Account & Lists” menu to see an expanded menu.

Hover over the "Account & Lists" option on Amazon.

In the expanded menu, under “Your Account,” click “Account.”

Click "Account" in the "Account & Lists" menu.

On the “Your Account” page that opens, click “Gift Cards.”

Select "Gift Cards" on the "Your Account" page.

On the page that opens, right next to “Your Gift Card Balance,” you will see the gift card balance currently available in your account.

Tip: To add a new gift card to your account, click the “Redeem a Gift Card” button.

View the gift card balance on the Amazon website.

If you’d like to view the values of gift cards that you have redeemed in your account, scroll down the page to see that information.

Redeemed Amazon gift cards.

Now go out there and put your balance to use! You may be interested in finding products sold by Amazon itself rather than trusting third-party sellers.

RELATED:How to Search for Products Sold and Shipped By Amazon Itself

Check Your Gift Card Balance on the Amazon Mobile App

If you are on an iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, use the Amazon mobile app to check your gift card balance.

Start by launching the Amazon app on your phone. Sign in to your account if you haven’t already. Then, at the bottom of the app, tap the user icon.

On the account page that opens, scroll down to the “Gift Card Balance” section. Here, you will see the gift card balance available to use in your Amazon account.

View the gift card balance in the Amazon app.

To view the gift cards that you have added to your account so far, then next to “Gift Card Balance,” tap the “Manage” option.

Tap "Manage" next to "Gift Card Balance."

Scroll down the page to the “Your Balance Activity” section. Here, you will see all your redeemed gift cards along with their values.

Redeemed gift cards in the Amazon app.

And that’s how you know if your gift card balance can buy a certain item on Amazon. Happy shopping!


Have you got an Amazon gift card that you don’t intend to use? If so, check out the various ways you can turn your gift card into cash.

RELATED:How to Turn Your Unwanted Gift Cards into Cash

Источник: https://www.howtogeek.com/770709/how-to-check-your-amazon-gift-card-balance/
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Not sure if you have sufficient funds to buy that item on Amazon? If so, it’s easy to check your gift card balance on both the Amazon website and the Amazon mobile app, as well as the history of cards you’ve redeemed.

RELATED:How to Change Your Default Credit Card on Amazon (And Clean Up the List)

Check Your Gift Card Balance on the Amazon Website

If you are on a Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, use the official Amazon website to see the available gift card balance in your account.

To do so, first, open a web browser on your computer and launch the Amazon site. Sign in to your account on the site.

In Amazon’s top-right corner, hover your mouse over the “Account & Lists” menu to see an expanded menu.

Hover over the "Account & Lists" option on Amazon.

In the expanded menu, under “Your Account,” click “Account.”

Click "Account" in the "Account & Lists" menu.

On the “Your Account” page that opens, click “Gift Cards.”

Select "Gift Cards" on the "Your Account" page.

On the page that opens, right next to “Your Gift Card Balance,” you will see the gift card balance currently available in your account.

Tip: To add a new gift card to your account, click the “Redeem a Gift Card” button.

View the gift card balance on the Amazon website.

If you’d like to view the values of gift cards that you have redeemed in your account, scroll down the page to see that information.

Redeemed Amazon gift cards.

Now go out there and put your balance to use! You may be interested in finding products sold by Amazon itself rather than trusting third-party sellers.

RELATED:How to Search for Products Sold and Shipped By Amazon Itself

Check Your Gift Card Balance on the Amazon Mobile App

If you are on an iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, use the Amazon mobile app to check your gift card balance.

Start by launching the Amazon app on your phone. Sign in to your account if you haven’t already. Then, at the bottom of the app, tap the user icon.

On the account page that opens, scroll down to the “Gift Card Balance” section. Here, you will see the gift card balance available to use in your Amazon account.

View the gift card balance in the Amazon app.

To view the gift cards that you have added to your account so far, then next to “Gift Card Balance,” tap the “Manage” option.

Tap "Manage" next to "Gift Card Balance."

Scroll down the page to the “Your Balance Activity” section. Here, you will see all your redeemed gift cards along with their values.

Redeemed gift cards in the Amazon app.

And that’s how you know if your gift card balance can buy a certain item on Amazon. Happy shopping!


Have you got an Amazon gift card that you don’t intend to use? If so, check out the various ways you can turn your gift card into cash.

RELATED:How to Turn Your Unwanted Gift Cards into Cash

Источник: https://www.howtogeek.com/770709/how-to-check-your-amazon-gift-card-balance/

The Key

Important notice for key card users:

We are aware of a problem whereby customers are experiencing an issue when attempting to purchase a ticket on a mobile device using a Safari or Samsung internet browser. We recommend using a laptop or a computer to purchase tickets where possible. Alternatively, please download the Microsoft Edge browser which is free on both the App and Google Play stores.

The key is our electronic smartcard that makes paying for travel on Brighton & Hove bus services in Sussex and Kent a whole lot simpler.

To purchaseyour key online or login to your account please go to smartbuses.co.uk

If you top up online your new ticket can take up check key card balance 5 hours from the purchase time to be available to use on the bus. This excludes both Annual and Pay Monthly tickets as these require a predetermined start date of at least 48 hours after the date of buying a product.

Adult online key card prices from 14 January 2020

For student prices click here and for young people prices click here.

citySAVER

Valid in area from Shoreham, Patcham, Falmer and Saltdean. (Boundaries are Old Shoreham Red Lion, Dyke Road Avenue/Tongdean Lane (77), Patcham Black Lion, Ditchling Road/Wild Park (79), Falmer Village, Saltdean Bannings Vale). See in map form here.

Not valid on City Sightseeing or Night Buses.

citySAVERs can be used on some other bus us bank branch open now services, see full listing.

1 day£4.70
7 days£21.60
28 days£79.50
Pay Monthly (Continuous payment until you cancel)£77
90 days£208
12 months£669

networkSAVER

Valid on all Brighton & Hove buses except City Sightseeing. Valid on Night buses. See in map form here. networkSAVERs can be used on some other bus companies services, see full listing.

1 day£5.20
7 days£23.60
28 days£86
Pay Monthly (Continuous payment until you cancel)£82
90 days£231
12 months£730

The above prices are for when buying online, if buying from our 1 Stop Travel Shop or Conway Street the prices will be higher as shown here.

Affordable Annual Pass (Adults): for the best deal, we've partnered with East Sussex Credit Union to offer their members an annual ticket loan that spreads the payments over a year and offers an extra 20% discount.

You can find out more here.

Multi Trip tickets - 10, 20 or 30 single journeys in one ticket

If you don't travel often enough to use one of our existing period SAVERs, then the Multi Trip ticket can offer you savings on your bus travel with the added flexibility on when to use them.They are available in the Brighton & Hove citySAVER area (Shoreham - Patcham - Falmer - Saltdean) see map. You can use them on Night buses too.

These tickets allow you to purchase single journey tickets in bulk. The more you purchase the bigger the discount.

They remain valid for a year so you don't have to use them all up at once. A maximum of 50 can be held on the card.

10 single trips£24
20 single trips£46.50
30 single check key card balance Benefits

With a key card you can also get discounts with other retailers - City Car Club, Amsterdammers, Donatello's, Pinocchio's, Street Thai, Bowlplex and Spa Valley Railway. Click for details.

PLUSBUS

For details of PLUSBUS bus and rail tickets on the key.

Keep cards separate to bank cards

Ticket machines are programmed to accept a variety of cards and passes. We recommend storing credit and debit cards separate to smart cards, concessionary passes and mobile tickets to avoid accidently paying with the token. This happens very rarely 

On the rare occasion that a credit or debit card is accidently scanned instead of a pass or mobile ticket, please contact customer services who will issue a full refund. 

Источник: https://www.buses.co.uk/key
A picture of Santanders Everyday Credit Card
  • 0% interest on balance transfers for 18 months from account opening 
  • No fee to transfer a balance for the first 18 months
  • 0% interest on purchases for 3 months from account opening

No monthly account fee

You can apply if you’re 18 and over and live in the UK permanently, you have an income of £7,500+ per year and you don’t already have another Santander balance transfer credit card.  All credit is subject to status and credit checks. 

Representative example

Representative
20.9% APR
(variable)
Purchase rate
20.9% p.a.
(variable)
Assumed credit limit
£1,200
Monthly fee
£0

You must make at least the minimum payment each month.

  • You can transfer balances from £100 up to 95% of your credit limit.
  • You can’t transfer balances from other Santander or cahoot credit cards or from any type of loan or current account.
  • At the end of the 0% period, a 3% balance transfer fee will apply to any new balance transfers. Interest will be charged on any outstanding balances and new balance transfers at the standard rate of 20.9% p.a. (variable).

We'll carry out a credit check as part of your application. It will determine the credit limit we can offer, which we'll confirm to you once your application is accepted. If you'd like to get an indication of your credit limit before you apply, try our eligibility checker

If you request a balance transfer as part of your application it'll happen automatically if you activate your card within 45 days of receiving it.

Up to 3 additional cardholders. You will be responsible for the use of and payments on the additional cards. If the additional cardholder isn't a Santander customer we might be in touch to ask for suitable ID for them. 

Up to 56 days interest-free period on purchases meaning that if you pay off your balance in full and on time every month, you won’t be charged interest.

Retailer Offers makes it easier to earn a little extra from a variety of Retailers. Once you switch on Retailer Offers in Online or Mobile Banking, you’ll be able to choose the offers you’re interested in and earn up to 15% cashback just by using your Santander cards.

24/7 banking on all your devices. You can amend your statement settings and set up personalised account alerts.

We’ll send you alerts when you’re near your credit limit to help you avoid fees and to make you aware of certain activity on your account. You can manage your alert settings through Online Banking, check key card balance us on 0800 9 123 123 or visiting a branch. 

Keep your banking details private and secure. 

For more information about our approach to security as well as more useful information to help you stop the threat of fraud visit our Security Centre

Giving you more – our cards also come with:

Ready to apply for an Everyday No Balance Transfer Fee Credit Card?

Apply

Источник: https://www.santander.co.uk/personal/credit-cards/everyday-credit-card

ATM card

Type of bank card providing access to Automatic Teller Machines

MAC (Money Access Card) ATM Card

An ATM card is a payment card or dedicated payment card issued by a financial institution (i.e. a bank) which enables a customer to access their financial accounts via its and others’ automated teller machines (ATMs) and to make approved point of purchase retail transactions (i.e. gas stations, grocery, hardware, department stores, etc.) ATM cards are not credit cards or debit cards. ATM cards are payment card size and style plastic cards with a magnetic stripe and/or a plastic smart card with a chip that contains a unique card number and some security information such as an expiration date or CVVC (CVV). ATM cards are known by a variety of names such as bank card, MAC (money access card), client card, key card or cash card, among others. Other payment cards, such as debit cards and credit cards can also function as ATM cards. Charge and proprietary cards cannot be used as ATM cards. The use of a credit card to withdraw cash at an ATM is treated differently to a POS transaction, usually attracting interest charges from the date of the cash withdrawal. Interbank networks allow the use of ATM cards at ATMs of private operators and financial institutions other than those of the institution that issued the cards.

ATM cards can also be used on improvised ATMs such as "mini ATMs", merchants' card terminals that deliver ATM features without any cash drawer.[1][2] These terminals can also be used as cashless scrip ATMs by check key card balance the receipts they issue at the merchant's point of sale.[3]

The first ATM cards were issued in 1967 by Barclays in London.[4]

Dimensions[edit]

The size of ATM cards is 85.60 mm × 53.98 mm (3.370 in × 2.125 in) and rounded corners with a radius of 2.88–3.48 mm, in accordance with ISO/IEC 7810#ID-1, the same size as other payment cards, such as credit, debit and other cards. They also have a printed or embossed bank card number conforming with the ISO/IEC 7812 numbering standard.

ATM uses[edit]

All ATMs, check key card balance a minimum, will permit cash withdrawals of customers of the machine's owner (if a bank-operated machine) and for cards that are affiliated with any ATM network the machine is also affiliated. They will report the amount of the withdrawal and any fees charged by the machine on the receipt. Most banks and credit unions will permit routine account-related banking transactions at the bank's own ATM, including deposits, checking the balance of an account, and transferring money between accounts.

Some ATM cards can also be used at a branch, as identification for in-person transactions.

The use of the ATM card for in store purchases or refunds is allowed only with pre-approved retailers, but not for on-line transactions.

For other types of transactions through telephone or online banking, this may be performed with an ATM card without in-person authentication. This includes account balance inquiries, electronic bill payments, or in some limited cases, online purchases (see Interac Online).

Card networks[edit]

ATM cards operate through specific networks. Interlink is just one example of the many ATM networks.

Canada's Interac and Mastercard's Maestro are examples of networks that link bank accounts with point-of-sale equipment.

Some debit card networks also started their lives as ATM card networks before evolving into full-fledged debit card networks such as STAR (Interbank Network), and others such as: Development Bank of Singapore (DBS)'s Network for Electronic Transfers (NETS) and Bank Central Asia (BCA)'s Debit BCA, both of them were later on adopted by other banks (with Prima Debit being the Prima interbank network version of Debit BCA).

Misuse[edit]

Due to increased illegal copies of cards with a magnetic stripe, the European Payments Council established a Card Fraud Prevention Task Force in 2003 that spawned a commitment to migrate all ATMs and POS applications to use a chip-and-PIN solution by the end of 2010.[5] The "SEPA for Cards"[6] has completely removed the magnetic stripe requirement from Maestro debit cards.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATM_card

Metrobus

A smarter way to travel with Metrobus

Now available on the key:

- Metrovoyager tickets
- Metrorider tickets for Crawley, Horsham and Redhill & Reigate areas
- Multi Trip tickets for Crawley, Horsham and Redhill & Reigate areas
- Horsham Park & Ride tickets
- Gatwick Travelcards for people working at Gatwick airport


When you top up your card online, your new ticket will be available to use on the bus within 5 hours of the purchase time. This excludes Annual tickets as these require a predetermined start date of at least 48 hours after the date of buying a product.  

Child 3in1 and Student 3in1 tickets have been withdrawn.  To find out about the alternatives that are available to you please follow this link - click here for full details


When you are collecting a product that you have purchased online please wait until the green light on the ticket machine shows before removing your card.

If you already have a key issued by one of our travel shops, you can get a password to log in to your account here.

 


Источник: https://key.metrobus.co.uk/smart-card/

Prepaid cards key terms

Additional card fee

Some prepaid providers let you get an extra card for another person you designate as an “authorized user” of your card. That card lets someone else check key card balance your money, so you want to think carefully about whether to add an authorized user to your prepaid account. You may have to pay a fee for the additional card. 

Any new authorized users will have to register online or call customer service to verify their identity. 

ATM balance inquiry fee

You may be charged a balance inquiry fee if you check your prepaid card balance at an ATM, or if you call customer service to ask about your balance. Not all prepaid cards charge the same fees to check your balance. Most cards offer at least one free way to check your balance. For example, you might be able to check your balance online for free or request the balance information by email or text. Check your cardholder agreement to learn about the fees that apply to checking your balance. You may be able to avoid fees if you know how to check your balance for free.

Bill payment fee

Some prepaid cards let you sign up to pay your bills online through the card provider’s website. Your card provider may charge a fee each time you use the program to pay a bill.

If you plan to use your prepaid account to pay bills, compare these fees before you select a card. You may also want to consider whether there are less costly ways to pay your bills, such as paying them through the vendor directly.

Card cancellation fee

You can cancel a prepaid card at any time. You usually won’t pay a fee to cancel your card, but there may be a fee to get a check for the remaining balance on the card. To avoid the fee, you can spend or withdraw the remaining funds on your card before you cancel the card.

Card replacement fee

Your prepaid card provider may charge a fee to replace your card if it is lost, stolen or damaged.

Card-to-card transfer fee

You may be charged a fee if you transfer money between two prepaid cards. This is called a card-to-card or person-to-person transfer fee. However, some card providers allow you to transfer money between cards online without a fee.

Cash reload fee

A cash reload fee is a fee for adding money to your card at a retail location. Generally, the retail location will charge a fee for reloading cash. Most prepaid cards provide other options for loading money to your card, such as direct deposit, without a fee. Direct deposit may save you money.

Closed-loop prepaid card

A closed-loop prepaid card is a card you can only use at certain locations. For example, a closed loop card might be good only at a specific store or group of stores, or on your public transportation system. Most closed-loop cards do not have a network logo on them. Many gift cards are closed-loop cards.

Decline fee

A decline fee is a fee charged if you attempt to use your card for something that costs more than the amount of money you have left on your card. Many prepaid cards do not charge decline fees.

Flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) card

Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) let you set aside pre-tax money, sometimes directly from your paycheck, to pay for eligible medical expenses. Guard this card carefully as you may not have the same rights to get your money back if it is stolen as you do with your bank or credit union debit card. 

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Foreign transaction fee

A foreign transaction fee is a fee your card provider charges when you check key card balance your prepaid card in a foreign country or to pay in a foreign currency. This fee is usually a percentage of your purchase, withdrawal, or other transaction, rather than a flat fee. This fee is also called a currency conversion fee. Not all cards can be used outside the United States, so check your cardholder agreement before you travel.

Government benefit card

A government benefit card is a prepaid card used by a government agency to pay certain government benefits, such as unemployment insurance. 

Inactivity fee

An inactivity fee is a fee charged if check key card balance don’t use your card for a certain period of time. The length of time that triggers an inactivity fee varies. Not all prepaid cards charge inactivity fees.

In-network/out of network fees

Individual banks and ATMs belong to different networks. The bank that issues your prepaid card may belong to one or more of these networks. An ATM may be in-network or out-of-network depending on your particular card and which network the ATM belongs to. Depending on the terms of your cardholder agreement, you may pay less or even be check key card balance to avoid ATM fees by using your prepaid card at in-network ATMs. 

Monthly fee

A monthly fee is a fixed fee you pay each month. You pay this fee even if you don’t use your card. The fee is automatically deducted from your account balance. Some cards that charge a monthly fee may waive the fee under certain circumstances.  For example, some prepaid cards waive the monthly fee if you have your pay or benefits directly deposited into your prepaid account.

Open-loop prepaid card

An open-loop prepaid card is a card with a network logo on it. Examples of networks are Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. These cards can be used at any location that accepts that card type. Most prepaid cards are open-loop cards. GPR prepaid cards, payroll cards, and some types of government benefit cards are open-loop, as are many other kinds of prepaid cards. Even some gift cards are open-loop.

Paper statement fee

Some prepaid cards charge a fee if you request paper statements for your prepaid card. You may be able to go online to get a statement, or at least a list of your recent card purchases and other transactions, without a fee. Under the CFPB’s prepaid rule, you have the right to get information about your account without a fee.  The prepaid card provider has to give you, without a fee, balance information by phone, transaction history online, and if you request it, transaction history by mail. You may be charged a fee for a mailed transaction history in some cases, such as making requests per month or if you sign up to receive paper statements every month by mail.

Payroll card

A payroll card is a prepaid card you get from your employer that you receive your paycheck on. 

Per purchase fee

A per purchase fee (or transaction fee) is a fee charged every time you use the card for certain types of transactions, such as purchases made in stores or online using the card. Your card provider might charge transaction fees under a “pay-as-you-go” plan. Some cards let you choose between a plan that charges transaction fees and one that charges a single monthly fee.

Prepaid Card

A prepaid card is a card that you use to access money that you load onto it in advance. 

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Reloadable prepaid card

A reloadable prepaid card allows you to add more money. This type of card is sometimes called a General Purpose Reloadable Card, or GPR Card. Some cards start out as non-reloadable, but can be reloaded once you complete a registration process. Some prepaid cards are “non-reloadable,” meaning you can’t add more money to them.

Reload pack

A reload pack is a product you can buy to add money to your prepaid card. 

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Text alert service

Some prepaid cards offer a text alert service to update you about account activity or changes to your account via text message. 

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Transaction fee

A transaction fee (or per purchase fee) is a fee charged every time you use the card for certain types of transactions, such as purchases made in stores or online using the card. Your card provider might charge transaction fees under a “pay-as-you-go” plan. Some cards let you choose between a plan that charges transaction check key card balance and one that charges a single monthly fee.

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Buying a Key Card

How do I get a SEPTA Key Card?

You can buy the SEPTA Key Card at SEPTA Transit Sales Offices, Center City Regional Rail Sales Offices, the 1234 Market Street Lobby Fare Kiosks, Fare Kiosks at all Broad Street and Market Frankford Line Stations, Fare Kiosks at select Bus Loops, and a growing list of External (non-SEPTA) Retailers.

How much does it cost to buy a SEPTA Key Card?

Effective May 4, 2018, the cost to purchase a Key Card is $4.95. If you Register your Card within 30 days of the purchase date, the $4.95 purchase fee will automatically be applied to the Card Travel Wallet (only valid for Cards purchased on or after May 4, 2018). The $4.95 can be used to pay for an individual ride or toward the future purchase of a Weekly, Monthly, or One Day Convenience Pass. This reimbursement will be limited to two cards per customer account.

Protect Your Card & SEPTA Fare

How do I Register my new Key Card?

Register Online

  • Create an account by going to www.septakey.org and clicking on "create an account" in the blue box at the top left side of the homepage.
  • This takes you where is wells fargo headquarters the Account Registration page. Fill in the field with your information and follow the prompts to complete the process.
  • Once you are finished with Account Registration, you will receive an email to Confirm Registration. Click the link in the e-mail and you'll be ready to go.
  • Return to www.septakey.org and enter your username and password in the blue log-in box. Hit enter.
  • On the next screen, there will be a red icon on the left that says Register Key Card. Click on the link and include your 16-digit Key Card number when it asks for "Key Card." You also need to create a PIN for your card.
  • Once you've entered all the information to register your Key Card, click submit - and your Key Card registration is complete. You can now use the Key website to load/reload fares, set up an auto-load account, review your trip history, or report a lost or stolen Card.

Contact the Key Call Center

  • You can also register your Card by phone by calling the Key Check key card balance Call Center at 855-567-3782 (this is not SEPTA Customer Service).

What do I do www pernod ricard winemakers com people career development my Key Card is lost or stolen?

Report a lost or stolen Registered Key Card either by calling the Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782 or going online to septakey.org. The funds in your Travel Wallet and your current Pass will be temporarily suspended from use until you get a replacement Card when you make this report so it's important to do it right away - and don't forget to Register your replacement Card as well.

Can I share my SEPTA Key Card with a friend or family member?

The SEPTA Key Card is intended to be used by just one person, which is why we encourage everyone to register their Card as soon as they buy it and load a fare.

Same SEPTA Fare Options - New Ways to Purchase

If the SEPTA Key Card is new, does this mean SEPTA fare options are also changing?

No. The SEPTA Key Card provides the same fare payment options and discounts that have been offered on our legacy system - Weekly/Monthly/One Day Passes as well as Transfers. Instead of each fare being an individual product, you can load or reload more than one product all on one Card. This flexibility lets you customize your SEPTA fare to match your travel needs. If you usually purchase a Monthly Pass but have plans for an extended vacation or business trip during the upcoming month, you can easily change your SEPTA Key Card into a Weekly Pass or add money to the Travel Wallet to cover the days you know you'll be traveling; when you return you can easily go back to buying a Monthly Pass.

Right now the following are the only fares available on a Key Card: Weekly TransPass, Monthly TransPass, One Day Convenience Pass, Travel Wallet. For fare details, see the Key Fare Product page. Check back for more details on SEPTA Key Regional Rail fares.

Can I buy a SEPTA Key Card and purchase a fare if I don't have a bank account or credit card?

Absolutely. Cash is accepted at SEPTA Key Fare Kiosks, SEPTA Sales Offices, and external retailers for the purchase of a Key Card or the purchase of a SEPTA fare product.

Can I tap my smart phone at the Validator to pay for my ride?

It's in the plan that the Validator will accept an NFC enabled smart phone to pay for your ride - but not right now. When it is available, the fare for a single ride will be like paying cash, which offers no discount. NFC enabled smart phones can be used now at Fare Kiosks to purchase a Key Card and load/reload a fare - Pass or funds in the Travel Wallet - and these products do offer a discounted ride.

If I already have a Bank issued contactless chip Debit or Credit Card can I tap it at the Validator to pay for a SEPTA ride?

Right now, the answer is the same as using a smart phone. It's in the plan for the Validator to accept other contactless chip bank cards to pay a fare - but it's not available right now. But you can use that Card to buy a Key Card and load/reload a fare - Pass or funds in the Travel Wallet.

How will Commuter Benefits Program like Wage Works or RideECO work with SEPTA Key?

If you receive your commuter benefit in paper checks, you can purchase a SEPTA Key Card and your Pass/Travel Wallet by going to a SEPTA Sales Office. If you receive your commuter benefit on a debit card, you can use this card at a Fare Kiosk, SEPTA Sales Office, or external sales location to pay for your fare. If your employer or third-party Transportation Administrator manages your company's commuter benefit program, these transactions will be completed through the Partner Program portal on the SEPTA Key e-commerce website. We're not ready to launch this feature so please check back for updates.

Can I buy a One Day or Family Independence Pass on my Key Card?

The One Day Individual Pass is now available to purchase and load on your Key Card. The SEPTA Key Team is working to design the capability to have a Family Independence Pass as part of the rollout of the program on Regional Rail. More information will be available later.

Will the SEPTA Key Card be valid for use on PATCO?

SEPTA and PATCO have been working on the reciprocal plan that will enable PATCO customers to use the new Freedom Card to ride SEPTA. PATCO recently announced they are looking for a select number of riders to test their new Card starting in August 2018. We will keep you posted on the details.

Will PATCO FREEDOM Cards be valid for use on SEPTA?

PATCO has created a new card called the FREEDOM SHARE Card that can be used on SEPTA Transit as well as PATCO services. The cards are not valid for use on Regional Rail but can be tapped at the Validator to pay for trips on all other SEPTA routes. Please note that the cost of each trip on SEPTA using the FREEDOM SHARE Card, including transfers, is $2.00-PATCO customers who frequently transfer between SEPTA routes can purchase a Key Card and pay for their travel using Travel Wallet funds. The Key Card is the only option that offers the $1.00 transfer fare when tapping for a valid transfer. The new Freedom Share Card replaces the paper SEPTA/PATCO Ticket, which is being discontinued effective Monday, October 1, 2018.

What is a Transit Quick Trip?

A Quick Trip is the same as paying cash for a single-ride fare for one person (no transfers). All Quick Trips must be swiped at the turnstile. On Transit, it's currently only available for use on the Market Frankford and Broad Street Lines (not good for use on buses at any time). You may have noticed that the turnstiles no longer accept coins (cash or Tokens) so a Quick Trip must be purchased at a Market Frankford or Broad Street Line Fare Kiosks; it will also be available at select City Trolley Stations and at 69th Street and Norristown Transportation Centers when the turnstile farelines go into operation at these locations.

A Quick Trip is only valid for use the same service day as it is purchased but it can be used at any Market Frankford and Broad Street Station so you can purchase 2 Quick Trips for round trip travel - but you don't receive any discounted fare.

What if I don't want to buy a Key Card - How will the SEPTA Key program work for me?

You don't have to buy the card - we will continue to accept cash to ride the system - but you will always be paying the highest fare.

I'm an occasional rider - is there any benefit to getting a Key Card?

Yes, definitely. A Key Card is valid for 3 years and you have the option of putting money in the Travel Wallet so that you can pay your fare and receive a discount for travel - when you need to ride. There are no fees or deductions for money unused in the Travel Wallet and if your Registered Card expires before you've used all the Travel Wallet funds you can transfer your balance to a new Card.

Will the store or supermarket I currently visit to buy a SEPTA fare also sell the new SEPTA Key Cards?

As we phase out the sale of our legacy fare products, many of current external sales locations will be joining the network of new retailers selling SEPTA Key Cards and reloading SEPTA fares. Click this link - www.septa.org/key/external-retailers.html - to find an External SEPTA Key Card retailer.

Travel Wallet/Tokens

What is a Travel Wallet - is this a new SEPTA fare?

Not exactly a new fare - it's a new, convenient way to travel on Transit at the Token ($2.00) and/or Transfer ($1.00) price. With Key you can put money in the Card Travel Wallet and pay for a ride on bus, trolley, trackless trolley, Broad Street/Market Frankford/Norristown High Speed Lines - whenever you are ready to travel:

  • a single ride
  • a single ride and a transfer/re-transfer

You will receive the same discounted fare as a Token and Paper Transfer without the added hassle - all you need to do is tap when you board the first vehicle and tap again when you board the other vehicle(s) for your connecting trip(s). To qualify for the Transfer rate, the connecting trip (s) must begin within 90 minutes of the time you tapped to begin your trip. Remember, only ps4 cyber monday 2019 amazon transfers get the discount. Otherwise, you'll pay the full discounted fare for the second or third trip.

Starting August 1, 2018 the ONLY way you will be able to get the $1.00 transfer fare is if you have a Key Card with Travel Wallet funds, so now is a great time to move to the future of fare payment.

The minimum amount you can load on the Travel Wallet is $5.00* up to a maximum of $250.00. (*If you are using the online auto-load feature for your Travel Wallet, the first time you set up your account the minimum load is $10.00 - and $5.00 increments thereafter.)

When the Travel Wallet feature for Regional Rail is introduced you will be able to use the Travel Wallet feature to pay for a single ride (the equivalent price of purchasing a 10 strip of Tickets, which will offer the lowest price for a single ride) or for parking at a SEPTA station.

Where can I load a SEPTA Pass or put money in the Travel Wallet of my Key Card?

The SEPTA Key program offers a range of options to reload a SEPTA fare:

  • All SEPTA Transit Sales Offices
  • Center City Regional Rail Sales Offices
  • 1234 Market Street Lobby Fare Kiosks
  • Fare Kiosks at all Broad Street and Market Frankford Line Stations
  • Select Bus Loop Fare Kiosks
  • Online at SEPTAKey.org
  • SEPTA Key Customer Call Center (1.855.567.3782)
  • External (non-SEPTA) Retailers

If you select the online or Call Center option you can set up an auto-load account and your SEPTA fare will be reloaded automatically without having to wait in line.

What do I do with the Tokens I already have?

Tokens will still be accepted to pay for a single ride on any Transit vehicle with a farebox (buses, chase full site order checks or you can use a Token at a Fare Kiosk to buy a Quick Trip for a single ride on the Market Frankford, Broad Street, or Norristown High Speed Lines. If you are a customer who uses Tokens and Paper Transfers - paper Transfers are no longer sold by Operators or Cashiers and the only way to get the $1.00 transfer rate is if you have a Key Card with money in a Travel Wallet. So this is a good time use one of the Fare Kiosks to turn your old Tokens into Travel Wallet value on a new SEPTA Key Card and continue to enjoy the same discounted fare without the hassle of coins and paper.

Passes

What do I do if I exceed the ride limit of the Pass on my Key Card?

While most customers find they can take the number of rides they need without ever getting close to these limits, we know this is not the case for everyone. The best option in these instances is to also add funds to the Travel Wallet, so that you can continue to receive a discounted fare even after the rides on your Pass have been exhausted.

Regional Rail

What do I do with the Regional Rail Tickets I already have?

Tickets will continue to be sold and accepted during the roll out of Key on Regional Rail. We will announce when Tickets will no longer be sold or accepted.

What is a Regional Rail Quick Trip?

Regional Rail Quick Trips are now available for sale at Fare Kiosks located at all Center City Regional Rail Stations and from the Fare Kiosks at the Philadelphia International Airport Terminal platforms.
  • From Center City Stations: Purchase at Station Fare Kiosk for travel from Center City to an outlying Station. Not valid for travel from an outlying station for travel towards Center City except on Airport Line
  • From Airport Line Stations Terminal A-E/F: Purchase at Terminal platform Fare Kiosks for travel towards Center City or a Regional Rail Station beyond Center City
A Quick Trip is a single ride (no reloads) for one person, which can be purchased for all Zone fares - same fare as paying cash. Regional Rail Quick Trips are valid ONLY for travel on the date of purchase. Fare Kiosks accept cash and credit/debit cards for purchase.

Regional Rail Quick Trips purchased from a Fare Kiosk are swiped through the turnstile reader to access the train platform at the five Center City Stations. PLEASE REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR QUICK TRIP TO SHOW TO THE CONDUCTOR AS PROOF OF FARE PURCHASE.

Regional Rail Quick Trips are not valid for travel on Transit and Transit Quick Trips are not valid for travel on Regional Rail.

Take a Tour of Your Key Card

Why is there a Mastercard logo on the front of the SEPTA Key Card?

The Key program offers customers several options on how to use the Card. You can use it exclusively to ride by putting money in the Travel Wallet or buying a Pass - then it's only a SEPTA Travel Card.

The Card can also be used it to pay for coffee, groceries, shoes, and other items, anywhere a Mastercard debit card is accepted. To use the Mastercard debit functionality, you must load value to the Mastercard debit wallet (this is different from the Travel Wallet). There are fees associated with Mastercard debit use and there is a separate registration process to protect your Mastercard debit funds. Contact the Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782 for more details.

If you have money in the Mastercard debit Wallet you can use it to add funds to your Travel Wallet or purchase a SEPTA fare for your Key Card. You can't transfer money from your Travel Wallet to the Mastercard debit wallet and your Travel Wallet money can't be used to pay for things like coffee or groceries. If you only have money in the Mastercard debit Wallet, you'll still be able to pay air fryer oven walmart a trip on SEPTA - it just won't be a discounted fare.

I see an expiration date on my Key Card what does that mean? Your SEPTA Key is valid for up to 3 years from the date of purchase, as indicated by the expiration date on the front of the Card. During that time, you can load/reload your SEPTA fares to the same Card - making Key convenient and sustainable.

What will happen to the SEPTA fare on my card - Pass or Travel Wallet - when it expires?

Once the Card reaches the end of the month of the expiration date printed on the front you cannot reload any new SEPTA products and you will need to purchase a new Key Card. Learn more about what to do if your Card is getting ready to expire.

If you have a current Pass, you can continue to use the expired Card through the valid travel period (i.e. a May Monthly Pass can be used through the 31st of that month) and then you will start using your new Key Card. The expiration date will prevent you from purchasing a Pass product that is valid for use after your Card expires. You can continue to load funds to the Travel Wallet of your Card but please remember that you won't be able to use them after the Card expires.

To transfer the Travel Wallet funds from an expired Card to a new Card your Key Card must be registered. If your Card is already registered you will receive an email reminder that the Card is expiring. If your Card is not registered and it expires, you can contact the Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782 and request a refund for any Travel Wallet balance remaining on the card.

Can I punch a hole in my Key Card to put it on a lanyard?

No, if you punch a hole you will damage the chip and antenna embedded inside the plastic and the Card will not work. Unlike the old SEPTA Passes, the new Key Card doesn't have to make direct contact with the Validator to be read, so you can keep the Card in any non-blocking RFID case/wallet/sleeve. Tap the case with the Card inside and wait for the green check indicating your fare has been paid.

Most of the Key Cards look the same - will there be more than one type of Card?

The SEPTA Key program offers a single Card that can be purchased at Station Fare Kiosks, SEPTA Transit and Regional Rail Sales Offices, and External Sales locations. We have been asked if customers can get a Key Card made up with a personal photo or other graphics. Sorry, no, the branding and design of the SEPTA Key Cards cannot be customized. There are other SEPTA Key Cards for customers eligible to apply for a Senior Photo ID Card or the Reduced Transit Photo ID.

Reviewing My Key Card Account/Getting Help

How can I determine how much money is left in my Key Card Travel Wallet or how many rides I have left on Pass?

Customers can quickly check the balance on their Travel Wallet by tapping their Card at the card reader at all Fare Kiosks but that is the only thing that can be seen at the Fare Kiosk. Customers who Register their Cards have two options - they can go online to check Travel Wallet balances, the number of rides left on a current Pass, as well as review their trip history, or they can contact the SEPTA Key Customer Call Center to get an update on both the Travel Wallet funds or rides left on their current Pass.

What if I need help at the Fare Kiosk?

If you follow the screen prompts carefully, the Fare Kiosks are easy to use. But we know that it's going to take a little time to get fully used to this new system and equipment so we've made a number of short "how-to" videos on subjects like using the fare kiosk and registering your Card. We invite you to watch these videos for step by step instructions by visiting www.septa.org/key. Once the Cashiers make their transition to becoming Customer Attendants they will be out in the stations and ready to answer your questions.

How do the SEPTA Key information systems accommodate customers with visual or hearing impairments?

All of the Fare Kiosks have Braille and raised lettering labels, they have an audio function that converts the information on the screen to spoken instructions, and they have a jack for audio amplification equipment to support the completion of a transaction. Both the SEPTA Key information and ecommerce sites are ADA accessible; and customers can contact the Key Customer Call Center (855.567.3782) for assistance to register a Key Card, load/reload fares, check balances, or report a Register Card if it is lost or stolen.

How can those customers who may be non-English readers or speakers understand the SEPTA KEY system?

The Station Fare Kiosks have a language feature that automatically translates the screen text into Spanish, and both the SEPTA Key microsite (located on www.septa.org) and the SEPTA Key ecommerce site - www.septakey.org have tools that can translate the text into more than 100 languages.

Senior Cards

Senior Cards

Today, Senior Citizens (65 years old or older) travel FREE on ALL SEPTA Transit routes (bus, trolley, trackless trolley, and Market Frankford, Broad Street, and Norristown High Speed Lines). The Senior fare for Regional Rail has been eliminated for destinations in PA. For travel to stations in NJ/DE, 50% of the Weekday fare with a valid form of identification to verify age. Currently there are 2 forms of Senior ID accepted to ride SEPTA:

  • SEPTA Key Senior Fare Card (photo ID)
  • Valid PA Driver's License/Non-Driver ID with magnetic strip on back
    • Licenses/Non-Driver ID issued after July 2017 cannot be tapped at the Validator or swiped through the Farebox or Turnstile reader and are NOT valid for travel

With the full transition of the SEPTA Key fare system, PA issued Senior Citizen Transit ID Cards ARE NO LONGER VALID FOR TRAVEL on SEPTA so we are encouraging all Senior riders to get their new SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID.

With SEPTA Key, Seniors will enjoy the travel convenience of this new self-serve system by tapping their SEPTA Key Senior ID at the farebox or turnstile Validator.

I'm a Senior Citizen - how do I get a SEPTA Key Card?

There are 3 options to apply for a SEPTA Key Senior ID Card:

SEPTA Headquarters (lower lobby)
1234 Market St, Philadelphia, PA
Monday - Friday: 8:00 - 5:00 p.m.
SAME DAY CARD ISSUANCE
Note: SEPTA Key Senior Fare Card Application by Appointment Only
SEPTA Accessible Travel Center
Room 109 Suburban Station
TEMPORARILY CLOSED
Participating Pennsylvania Senate and House offices in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties (please check with your Legislator)CARD ISSUED VIA MAIL - PLEASE EXPECT 4 - 6 WEEKS FOR DELIVERY

How do I use my new Senior SEPTA Key Card to ride?

The Senior Key Card works the same way as the other Key Cards - just tap your Card at the Validator for free travel on Transit. If you're using a Key Card for travel on Regional Rail, present your Card to the Conductor and pay the required fare. If you are traveling from a Center City Station tap your Key Check key card balance at the fareline.

What do I do if I use a Valid PA Driver's License/Non-Driver ID with magnetic strip on back to verify I am a Senior Citizen?

As long as there is a magnetic stripe on back of your current PA driver's license or non-driver ID card you can swipe these Cards through the swipe reader at the farebox or turnstile. New or renewed licenses and non-driver ID's issued after July 2017 cannot be used and you'll need to go to one of the locations listed above to get a SEPTA Key Senior Photo ID Card.

Does my SEPTA Key Senior Card expire?

Yes. Like the other SEPTA Key Cards, there is an expiration date printed on the front of your SEPTA Key Senior ID. The SEPTA Key Senior Card is valid for four years from the date of issuance.

Do I have to Register my SEPTA Key Senior Card?

No, as part of the application process for the SEPTA Key Senior Card, your new Card will automatically be registered when you receive it but we recommend that you contact the Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782 or going online to septakey.org to immediately report if your Card is ever lost or stolen.

What do I do if my SEPTA Key Senior Card is lost or stolen?

You must immediately call the Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782. The customer service representative will provide information on how to replace your Card.

Is there a charge if I lose my SEPTA Key Senior ID Card?

Replacement cards cost $5 for the first lost card and $25 for each subsequent lost card.

What do I do if I get to a Transit Station and there is no Customer Attendant - how do I get in?

That's the beauty of the SEPTA Key program - with a Key Senior ID - travel on SEPTA is self-serve -- simply tap at the turnstile; if you're still using a driver's license or non-driver ID - swipe at the turnstile for access. If you don't have a Card or License, you can purchase a Quick Trip to travel.

Riders with Disabilities

Riders with Disabilities

Today, Riders with Disabilities are eligible for reduced fare travel on Transit ($1.25 cash fare/First Transfer FREE/Second Transfer $.50 transfer*) and 50% off the Weekday fare for travel on Regional Rail when they present one of the following forms of identification:

  • SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card (photo ID)

*Effective August 1, 2018 the ONLY way you will be able to get the $.50 transfer fare is if you have the Reduced Fare Key Card with Travel Wallet funds, so now is a great time to move to the future of fare payment.

If you haven't yet applied for eligibility for a SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card, please click on this link - http://www.septa.org/fares/discount/disabled-id.html for more information or call (215) 580-7145 to learn about the application and supporting documentation required to complete the process. All Reduced Transit Fare applications must be submitted in person. If you have questions about the SEPTA Reduced Fare program or the SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card, please call CCT Customer Service at 215-580-7145.

How can I apply to get a SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card?

There are 2 options to apply for a SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card. Please remember to bring your completed documentation to one of the following locations:

SEPTA Headquarters (lower lobby)
1234 Market St, Philadelphia, PA

Mon. - Fri.: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Note: SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card Application by Appointment OnlyTEMPORARILY CLOSED

How will I pay my fare with the new SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card?

Your new SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card will have the same Travel Wallet feature as the other SEPTA Key Cards. After you put money in the Travel Wallet all you will need to do is tap your Key Card at the farebox or turnstile Validator and your reduced fare ($1.25 cash fare and $.50 if you need to make a second transfer for Travel on Transit) will automatically be deducted. Please remember, only valid transfers get the discount. Otherwise, you'll pay the full discounted fare for the second trip.

You cannot show the Pass and then pay the discounted fare in cash. Without funds in the Travel Wallet, the fare required for travel on Transit is $2.50.

Where can I load money to the Travel Wallet of my SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card?

You will have 5 choices:

Contactless:

  • Online at SEPTAKey.org www.septakey.org (with Credit or Debit Card only)

  • SEPTA Key app (for Android and Apple)

  • SEPTA Key Customer Call Center (1.855.567.3782) agent or automated system with Credit or Debit Card only)

In Person:

  • All SEPTA Transit & Center City Regional Rail Sales Offices

  • Fare Kiosks at all Market Frankford & Broad Street Line Stations and Select Bus Loops (Load amount minimum is now $1.00)

Do I have to Register my SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card?

No, as part of the application process for the SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card, your new Card will automatically be registered when you receive it but we recommend that you contact the Key Customer Call Center at 855-567-3782 or going online to septakey.org to immediately report if your Card is ever lost or stolen. This is will be important to protect the funds you have in your Travel Wallet.

Is there a charge if I lose my SEPTA Key Reduced Fare Card?

Replacement cards cost $5 for the first lost card and $25 for each subsequent lost card.

How will SEPTA Key work on CCT?

The launch of the CCT SEPTA Key Card will not occur until after the full launch on Transit. SEPTA has an extensive outreach program planned to provide information, answer questions, take the ID photos, and provide eligible CCT customers with their new SEPTA Key Card.

Источник: http://www.septa.org/key/faq.html
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