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Megabus offers 200,000 free seats

Posted on December 6, 2012

Megabus.com is now offering 200,000 free seats for travel Jan. 9 to Feb. 28, 2013.

The free seats are subject to availability. Travelers will need to use the promo code TRYMEGABUS to book their free seats.

Due to local regulations within Canada, free seats for travel to Kirkland and Montreal are excluded, however additional $10 seats have been made available. Within the USA, Academy, Concord, ShortLine and Suburban bus lines will also be excluded from the free seats offer. 

“Megabus.com offers $1 and other affordable fares every day, but a chance at a free ticket means there’s no reason to stay home,” said Mike Alvich, Megabus.com’s VP, marketing and public relations. “Our new service hubs in Los Angeles and San Francisco allow even more Americans to take advantage of this exciting opportunity and connect to more of the things they love.”

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