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Bet on a FREE RIDE Home!

August 17, 2023

Starting with the first preseason game and lasting throughout the regular seasonUnibet - an official casino and sportsbook partner of the Philadelphia Eagles - will help Eagles fans get home safely after each Eagles home game by sponsoring free rides home from NRG Station on the Broad Street Line!

“After a successful start to our partnership with SEPTA during the Eagles playoff run last year - Unibet is excited to extend our relationship into the upcoming football season. As a proud casino and sportsbook partner of the Philadelphia Eagles - Unibet strives to enhance the fan experience while also reminding our customers to play responsibly. Being able to provide Eagles fans with safe and free transportation home from the game is a fantastic opportunity for Unibet to demonstrate that commitment as well as our appreciation for Philadelphia residents and Eagles fans,” said Manuel Stan, SVP of North America, Kindred Group.

Eagles fans can connect to the Broad Street Line from dozens of bus routes, and there is a free transfer from the Market-Frankford Line and City Trolley Lines at 15th Street/City Hall Station.

The Broad Street Line is just a short walk from Regional Rail Stations in Center City and is also easily accessible from the PATCO High Speed Line for fans from South Jersey.

NRG Station [last stop] is an easy walk to the Sports Complex - including Lincoln Financial Field - home of the Philadelphia Eagles.

FREE RIDES after home Eagles’ games from NRG Station begin at half-time and run for two hours post-game or for those night games - until the last scheduled train departs.

Regular fares apply for all Broad Street Line travel to the game.

New Fare Payment Options: Contactless

Credit/debit card in physical form or through apps like Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay - is now being accepted on city/suburban buses and trolleys, Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street Line, and the Norristown High Speed Line. Regional Rail will have a separate rollout for contactless payments early next year - however credit/debit card payments are accepted now by presenting your card to the train conductor.

SEPTA Key Cards

If using a SEPTA Key Card riders are encouraged to load funds on it before game day. For those without a Key Card - Quick Trip tickets can be purchased at all station kiosks.

In addition - riders can now use SEPTA Key Tix. Available in the official SEPTA App - SEPTA Key Tix is a new and convenient way to pay using your smartphone! Use a credit or debit card to download a QR-code “ticket” that can be read at fareboxes and turnstiles. Best part - SEPTA Key Tix gives families and friends traveling together the capability to scan once and pay fares for up to five riders using a single barcode! 

Plan your trip to the game here.

Go Birds!

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