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Can i use presto on up express

Can i use presto on up express

When travelling on UP Express you can simply tap your credit card or mobile wallet on a PRESTO device to pay your fare. You can also continue using your PRESTO card. No matter which way you pay, you'll enjoy the same great savings of up to 25% off a standard adult fare. Try it today with your card, phone or watch!

  1. What terminal does the UP Express go to?
  2. Can I use my phone to tap for PRESTO?
  3. Can you tap visa on TTC?
  4. Can I get a PRESTO card at Pearson airport?

What terminal does the UP Express go to?

The UP Express Station is in Terminal 1. Get there by taking the FREE Terminal Link Train. Welcome to Toronto!

Can I use my phone to tap for PRESTO?

Android users will need to place their cards either near the top, middle or bottom (back) of your phone in order to load funds or passes directly to your card. ... Let your mobile phone and PRESTO card do their 'thang'!

Can you tap visa on TTC?

This last, quite simple switch is something that the TTC has been looking into for some time, especially with the problems it's had with the Presto system. ... Users will be able to simply tap their credit card or mobile wallet to the reader, which normally only accepts Presto cards, to pay for their fare.

Can I get a PRESTO card at Pearson airport?

Yes, you can purchase a Presto card at the Pearson airport UP Express counter, using any major credit card (VISA, MasterCard and American Express) or cash in US and Canadian currency, and preload it with your train fare.

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