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N.J. Transit, tourism corp., to promote joint ticketing

Posted on February 10, 2009

NJ Transit and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corp. (GPTMC) are partnering to promote the ease of traveling between Philadelphia and New York — via NJ TRANSIT and SEPTA — with a simple connection at the Trenton Transit Center, a convenient and affordable way to get to Philadelphia hotels.

 

NJ Transit and SEPTA recently introduced joint-ticketing options that enable customers to purchase NJ Transit and SEPTA tickets in a single transaction. In addition, the two agencies have worked together to improve scheduling for convenient transfers at Trenton, N.J., in an effort to make inter-agency travel easier than ever.

 

In addition, the GPTMC is introducing its "Philly Guest of the Day" promotion. Over the next two months, 100 travelers, who redeem a Philly Overnight Hotel Package before March 16, will be named "Philly Guest of the Day." These randomly chosen visitors will receive valuable prizes, including tickets to attractions and museums; hotel upgrades; and gift certificates for restaurants, nightlife venues and shops.

 

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