Get $25 on SunGO card for only $20 - Tucson News Now

Get $25 on SunGO card for only $20

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Calling on all transit riders, a new program that began on June 1, offers riders a chance to load $25 to their SunGO Cards and pay only $20.  

This is an added benefit for transit riders who use SunGO, as when they pay at the fare box, SunGO users are charged a lower rate than if they pay with cash. 

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Full-fare passengers who use the SunGO card are charged only $1.50 per trip to ride any of the Sun Tran, Sun Link, and select Sun Shuttle routes.  In comparison those who don't use SunGO are charged $1.75 per ride for Sun Tran and Sun Shuttle.  Cash is not an option for those who ride the Sun Link streetcar. 
 
There is a $2 cost for new SunGO Cards, but those who register their SunGO Cards receive an additional $2 in value loaded to their cards.  
 
The $25 for $20 promotion is available through the following avenues:  

  • Online at www.suntran.com/sungo
  • Phone at (520) 792-9222
  • Ticket Vending Machines at the Transit Centers
  • SunGO Sales Outlets including all Fry’s Food Stores 
  • Sun Tran Admin Offices at 3910 N. Sun Tran Blvd.
  • Special Services Office at 35 W. Alameda St.

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For more information about Sun Tran, please call Customer Service at (520) 792-9222 (TDD: (520) 628-1565) or visit  www.suntran.com

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