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MBTA FreeFare April 24, 2015The MBTA on Customer Appreciation Day, Friday, April 24th, will offer FREE service all day and is also now offering 15 percent discounts on weekly and monthly passes in May to show appreciation for customers choosing to take the T.

A total of 16 MBTA partners are also contributing to Customer Appreciation Day on Friday, April 24 by providing T customers with one-day offers when they show their CharlieCard. Our partners include cultural attractions, retail stores and food outlets.

“I hope to see a lot of people take advantage of this unique opportunity to use the MBTA free of charge,” said Secretary of Transportation and MassDOT CEO Stephanie Pollack. “We have partnered with our friends in the business community to offer T users some affordable and entertaining activities throughout the region.”

The MBTA wishes to thank these Customer Appreciation Day partners for their participation and special offers:
• Alltown
• Cumberland Farms
• Dunkin’ Donuts
• Fenway Park Tours
• Franklin Park Zoo
• The Freedom Trail
• McDonald’s
• Museum of Fine Arts
• Museum of Science
• New Balance
• New England Aquarium
• Edward M. Kennedy Institute
• John F. Kennedy Library
• Rose F. Kennedy Greenway
• Uno Dué Go
• Yawkey Way Store

Check mbta.com for more information, and thank you for riding the T!

 

 

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