JeffersonLeeEng wrote:MetroCards also expire. This isn’t a SEPTA-exclusive thing.jamesinclair wrote:Interesting conversation on this thread:Transit cards should *NOT* have an expiration date. But since some high management thought to put a service/"benefit" nobody wanted in the form of an attached Mastercard account, we're saddled with the process of having to purchase a new card for $4.95 and then lugging our way to someplace in person like 1234 Market to ask them to do a simple balance transfer. :/
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Apparently SEPTA keys start expiring in July,
Apparently you need to purchase a new one ($$) and then hike over to HQ ($$) to transfer your old balance?
Surely that's wrong?
And Travel Wallet *still* doesn't work for Regional Rail.