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Fares and Passes

NICE Fares

For Fares and Passes, NICE accepts coins and all types of MetroCards®, the fare card issued by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

PLEASE NOTE, CASH FARES WILL INCREASE AS OF SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2014.  THE INCREASE IS AS FOLLOWS;  REGULAR FARE - $2.50,  STUDENT FARE = $2.25, SENIOR/DISABLED FARE = $1.25. 

METRO CARD AND GoMobile FARES REMAIN UNCHANGED.

 

Cash Fare Rider

Cost

Regular Fare

$2.25

 

NICE has modeled mobile ticketing pricing on MetroCard fare rates. Please see the gomobile fare table below: 

Mobile Ticket Type

Price

Single-Ride

$2.75

Regular Fare (4 Tickets)

$10.00 ($2.50/Trip)

Regular Fare (6 Tickets)

$15.00 ($2.50/Trip)

Regular Fare (8 Tickets)

$20.00 ($2.50/Trip)

Regular Fare (12 Tickets)

$30.00 ($2.50/Trip)

Regular Fare (20 Tickets + 1 Free)

$50.00 ($2.38/Trip)


For more information on MetroCard, please visit:
http://web.mta.info/metrocard/

The NICE gomobile app allows reduced fare riders to receive discounts. In order to enable reduced fare pricing, please download the app and follow the instructions listed under ‘reduced fare’ in the my account page. You will be asked to provide proof of eligibility before receiving reduced fare pricing.

Reduced Fare Mobile Ticketing

Cost

Student Fare

4 Tickets
6 Tickets
8 Tickets
12 Tickets

$8.40 ($2.10/trip) 
$12.60 ($2.10/trip) 
$16.80 ($2.10/trip) 
$25.20 ($2.10/trip)

Senior Fare & Disabled Fare

4 Tickets
6 Tickets
8 Tickets
12 Ticket
20 Tickets + 1 Free

$5.00 ($1.25/trip) 
$8.00 ($1.25/trip) 
$10.00 ($1.25/trip) 
$15.00 ($1.25/trip) 
$25.00 ($1.19/trip)





 


 

 

 

Please note the following information about split-fare transactions:

  1. A split-fare transaction is defined as a two-part transaction: the first part is the partial payment of a fare with value from a MetroCard (value that is less than a fare). The second part of the transaction is the customer making up the difference in coins. 

  2. A split-fare transaction does NOT encode a transfer on the customer's MetroCard. The customer has to request a bus transfer from the operator after adding coins to finish paying the fare. 

  3. Customers making fare payment via a split-fare transaction on a bus are not entitled to a free transfer onto the subway.

  4. Customers cannot use multiple MetroCards to pay a single fare (e.g., a customer cannot use a $2.00 MetroCard and then try to pay the remaining $0.50 with a second MetroCard: it must be paid with coins).

For information and fares about the Long Island Rail Road, visit:
www.mta.info/lirr/about/TicketInfo