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Where can I buy a muni card?

By: Enrico BonattoriUpdated: March 25, 2021

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Many Walgreens, and Whole Foods Market stores and other participating retail locations. Transit agency ticket offices and Clipper Customer Service Centers. Muni Metro and Golden Gate Ferry ticket machines and SMART fare machines (minimum value required)

Keeping this in consideration, where can I buy muni passes in San Francisco?

A Visitor Passport can be purchased at ticket kiosks, on Clipper®, via MuniMobile ® and sales locations for 1, 3, or 7 consecutive days of unlimited rides on Muni, Muni Metro, historic streetcars, and cable cars. Single ride Cable Car tickets are also available.

One may also ask, can I buy Muni tickets on the bus?

Fares. With multiple ways of paying, buying your Muni bus, rail or cable car tickets is easy. Use your Clipper card on all Bay Area transit systems, including Muni. Cash: Fares can be paid on surface transportation with any U.S. currency or coin; exact change is required.

How do I get a muni day pass?

Muni's $5 Day Pass can be purchased through the MuniMobile app, available on iOS and Android. The MuniMobile app can be added to smartphones free of cost and allows customers to purchase single tickets on the spot without the hassle of waiting in line.

How do you pay for Muni?

Use your Clipper card on all Bay Area transit systems, including Muni. Cash: Fares can be paid on surface transportation with any U.S. currency or coin; exact change is required. Kids 4 & Under ride for free! Forms of payment accepted vary by seller.

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Is Muni the same as Bart?

Re: Bart vs Muni? BART is the regional line predominately used to bring commuters into SF from the 'burbs. However, it also serves both SFO and OAK making it useful for visitors coming into town from either airport. MUNI is the public transit within the city limits of SF.

How do I get a free senior Muni pass?

To qualify for Free Muni for Seniors or People with Disabilities, you must meet all of the following qualifications:
  1. San Francisco resident.
  2. A senior (65+) or a person with a qualified disability (19-64)
  3. Meet the income requirements, which are based on household size and making the Bay Area median income.

How do I purchase a Clipper card?

Clipper cards can be purchased at www.clippercard.com, one of Clipper's retailers such as Walgreens or at the Caltrain office in San Carlos. Adult cards cost $3. Youth and Senior cards are free. If you are purchasing a youth or senior Clipper card, you must complete an application to obtain a Clipper card.

Does Muni take cash?

Use your Clipper card on all Bay Area transit systems, including Muni. Cash: Fares can be paid on surface transportation with any U.S. currency or coin; exact change is required. Kids 4 & Under ride for free! Forms of payment accepted vary by seller.

Where can I buy muni 3 day pass?

A Visitor Passport can be purchased at ticket kiosks, on Clipper®, via MuniMobile ® and sales locations for 1, 3, or 7 consecutive days of unlimited rides on Muni, Muni Metro, historic streetcars, and cable cars. Single ride Cable Car tickets are also available.

How much does it cost to ride Muni?

Muni Fare Increase Begins July 1
Type of Fare Fare Prices as of July 1, 2019
Adult Single Ride Fare (Cash/Limited Use Tickets) $3.00
Reduced Fare Single Ride (Cash/Limited Use Tickets) $1.50
Adult Single Ride Fare (Clipper/MuniMobile) $2.50
Discount Single Ride (Clipper/MuniMobile) $1.25

How much are BART tickets?

BART Tickets: Purchase a minimum $2.50 ticket to a maximum $69 in 5-cent and $1.00 increments. Each credit card is limited to 2 transactions per card per rolling day and a rolling 2 day limit of $69.

Where can I buy a Muni Lifeline sticker?

Bring a proof of residence card (listed below under “required documentation”) and a current Medi-Cal or EBT benefit card to the SFMTA Customer Service Center at 11 South Van Ness Avenue (at Market Street) to receive a Lifeline ID card and to purchase your discounted monthly sticker for Muni service.

What does Muni stand for?

Muni is short for the "Municipal" in "San Francisco Municipal Railway" and is not an acronym; thus, when it is written in plain text, only Muni (not MUNI) is correct.

How do I buy BART tickets?

The only method to purchase BART fares online is www.clippercard.com. Clipper is an all-in-one transit card that keeps track of any passes, discount tickets, ride books and cash value that you load onto it, while applying all applicable fares, discounts and transfer rules.

How do I use a day pass for Muni?

Whether you're a budget-conscious commuter or are just attempting your own "Total Muni" – the Chronicle's effort this year to ride every single Muni route in a single day-- this deal should have you reaching for your smartphone, opening MuniMobile, tapping on “Select Fare – 1-Day Pass” and locking in an entire day of

Is Muni a bus?

MUNI is San Francisco's Bus and Metro system that run like a web of veins throughout the city. Utilizing Muni to its fullest capabilities will save you time, money, and provide different points of views of the city.

Where can I add money to my Clipper card?

Load value onto your Clipper card at any Clipper retailer, transit agency ticket office or Clipper Customer Service Center. Add value to your Clipper card online at clippercard.com, at transit agency ticket offices and machines, at Clipper Add Value Machines, at Clipper Customer Service Centers or by phone.

Does Bart have a day pass?

9. Q: Does BART have/why doesn't BART have a monthly pass? A: BART fares are calculated on the distance traveled, and there are no "time-based" passes for BART. Shorter-distance riders would unfairly bear the burden of the trips taken by daily, long-distance riders using a monthly pass.

Does Muni pass include Bart?

BART and MUNI do not offer a combined PASS that is cost effective for Visitors (locals have other options) so purchase the tickets separately. Citypass which includes the MUNI Passport or the standalone MUNI passport does NOT cover BART from SFO to SF.