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The purchase price for CityPASS® increases as of April 17, 2013.
Which pass is right for my visit?
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) offers two different short-term unlimited travel passes for Muni. Which one is right for you?
Price information is subject to change. An additional charge is required for Special Event service on both Muni Passport and CityPASS.
Muni Passports are good for unlimited rides on Muni, including cable cars. 3-day and 7-day Passports are good for three or seven consecutive days. Passports may be purchased in advance.
Passports cannot be purchased online. If you would like to make an online purchase, please consider the San Francisco CityPASS below.
Passports are the same price for all ages and abilities. Seniors, youth, persons with disabilities and Medicare cardholders may want to consider buying a monthly pass instead of a 3-day or 7-day passport. However, these require obtaining a Senior Clipper® card, Youth Clipper card or an RTC ID card, which may be impractical during a short visit.
All-day passport: These are sold only on cable cars. They are equivalent to a 1-Day Passport on the day sold.
Using any Muni Passport on football expresses and other special events services requires an additional payment.
Muni Passports are good on Muni only. They are not valid on BART, other transit systems, tour buses, or for transportation to or from San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Passports expire at 11:59 p.m. on the first, third or seventh day of use, and must be used by January 31 of the year following the year printed on the cover of the Passport.
How to prepare your Passport for use
1-Day Instructions: Scratch off any single day and scratch off one month. Valid on all Muni vehicles, including cable cars, from 12:01 a.m. of day and month scratched off to 12 midnight of the same day.
3-Day Instructions: Scratch off any three consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use. Scratch off one month (or two months, if use extends beyond current month). Valid on all Muni vehicles, including cable cars, from 12:01 a.m. of the first day to 12 midnight of the third day.
7-Day Instructions: Scratch off any seven consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use. Scratch off one month (or two months, if use extends beyond current month). Valid on all Muni vehicles, including cable cars, from 12:01 a.m. of the first day to 12 midnight of the seventh day.
The San Francisco CityPASS is good for seven consecutive days on Muni and is also good for admission to several attractions in the city. It provides a savings over the individual admission prices for the attractions and fare for Muni.
Using any CityPASS on football expresses and other special events services requires an additional payment.
CityPASS is good on Muni only, not BART. Muni use expires at 11:59 p.m. on the seventh day of use.
CityPASS is not valid for transportation to or from San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
There is a shipping and handling charge for online purchases. The CityPASS is produced and marketed by CityPASS, an independent organization, not by the SFMTA, and the SFMTA does not set the prices. Prices and attractions are subject to change.
For Muni route, schedule, fare and accessible services information anytime: Visit www.sfmta.com or call 311.
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