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If you have a SEPTA Key card - remember to load it before you head out or you can purchase a Quick Trip from a Fare Kiosk or from Conductor of you're coming in on Regional Rail.
ICYMI SEPTA customers can tap now their contactless credit card, debit card, smart phone or watch to ride SEPTA buses, trolleys, and subways. Regional Rail will follow in early 2024. Simply tap your contactless credit or debit card or use Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay at a turnstile or as you board a bus or trolley. Contactless does not replace SEPTA Key cards – however it provides a simple solution for occasional riders who want to enjoy the same benefits as cardholders including a discounted $2 one-way fare and up to two transfers. Note: There are no passbacks. You cannot use the same card to tap through others in your group.
Note - paper One Day Independence Passes are no longer available for purchase. You can add a One Day FleX Pass to your SEPTA Key card. You can do this at a Regional Rail Station Fare Kiosk (you'll find these at Jefferson Station, William H. Gray III 30th Street Station, Suburban Station, Temple University Station, Penn Medicine Station, and at Philadelphia International Airport), SEPTA Transit/Regional Rail Sales or Ticket Window, or online at septakey.org.
A SEPTA Key card initially costs $4.95 but when you register the card at septakey.org, $4.95 is added to the card's Travel Wallet which you can use for future rides or towards the purchase of another pass.
Children under age 12 accompanied by a fare-paying adult ride for free.