Ho ho how much shopping do you have left, ISEPTAPHILLYers?
Fret not. We also can’t believe it’s already December (is it really?!), but even if your gift list is still lengthier than you’d like, take solace in the fact that we live in a city where you can cover all of your shopping ground on public transportation. And when you leave the driving to SEPTA, you can sit back and relax, check your list (twice) or get some online shopping done while you're on the road. You can't do that when you're behind the wheel!
All ISEPTAPHILLYers know that we have the second biggest mall in America just a few miles down the Schuylkill River. But did you know that SEPTA offers extra trips Route 123 and Route 99, both of which run to/from the King of Prussia Transit Center during the holidays? We understand how shopping works. And how much time you need to get the most out of KOP’s 400+ stores.
Bonus: if you shop in all sections of the mall, you can skip the gym (this is definitely cardio).
You can also shop at the Oxford Valley Mall and the Neshaminy Mall in Bucks County. The Oxford Valley Mall is served by Routes: 14, 127, 128, and 129. The Neshaminy Mall is served by the Boulevard Direct and Routes 14, 58, 128, and 130.
You already know your SEPTA Key can get you to the mall to shop. But did you know it can get you discounts and deals too? That’s right! Your SEPTA Key (or your TrailPass, TransPass, One Day Independence Pass, or SEPTA Employee ID) gets you Perks at all types of different stores perfect for holiday gifts. Not sure where to start? Here are some of our suggestions:
Wherever you’re doing your holiday shopping, SEPTA can get you there and back. Plan your trip and get shopping!