Ways to Save
|Metro-North Railroad offers you several ways to save on your commute, with a choice of ticket types and purchase options. How much you save depends on how often you ride.|
|Which ticket type/purchase option offers me the best value?
(All fares are based on cost of one-way peak ticket. Discounts are approximate)
Best for occasional riders.
|Peak travel applies only to weekday trips during period peaks to/from Grand Central Terminal (GCT) and Harlem-125th Street (to GCT/Harlem-125th: 6:00 - 10 AM; from GCT: 5:30 - 9 AM & 4 - 8 PM).|
|Save 25% Valid only for off-peak travel to/from Manhattan.|
Valid for unlimited rides in calendar month. Best for commuters.
|Savings||Save 50% (based on 42 one-way rides per month).|
Valid for unlimited rides for 7 days, Saturday-Friday. Best for travel when commuters do not work a full calendar month, due to vacations or business trips.
|Savings||Save 30% (based on 10 one-way rides per week).|
Valid for 10 rides seven days a week. Best for occasional discretionary riders; can be shared.
|Save 35-40% for trips to/from GCT/Harlem-125th, only during off-peak periods.|
|Save 15% on one-way intermediate (travel between stations outside of Manhattan) fare|
Valid for groups of 10 or more traveling together. Best for large groups.
|Other Ticket Options|
|Other ticket options include Family Fares of $1 per ticket, good for up to 4 children (age 5-11) per traveling adult (18 and over); Child Fare, with a discount of 50 percent of full fare; and CityTicket, which allows for weekend travel within New York City on the Hudson and Harlem Lines for $4.50.|
|Commuter Benefits Programs
Pre-tax federal transit benefits programs can save you 33% or more in commuting costs. Contact your employer and ask about participation that saves both you and your company money.
|Buy Before Boarding
Buying onboard incurs an additional charge of $5.75 to $6.50. Save money by purchasing tickets at ticket offices or ticket machines.
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