SEPTA announces changes to Key Card price - Curbed

SEPTA has announced the next phase of their long-awaited transition away from tokens with a price hike on Key Cards starting next month.

The price of the card—which is currently free—climbs to $4.95 on May 4, just days after riders will see the end of token sales on April 30.

In addition to the new cost, SEPTA is lowering the minimum amount that riders can put on the card from $10 to $5. They’ve also instituted a reimbursement plan where riders who initiate the card within 30 days of the May 4 date will have that $4.95 charge applied to their Key Card wallet.

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