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Greyhound expands priority program

Posted on December 17, 2007

Greyhound Lines Inc. has expanded its priority seating program, launched earlier this fall, to more than 30 major cities across the U.S.  

Passengers can now select a specific seat and board before non-priority passengers, for a $5 fee. Customers purchasing seats through the Website can reserve a seat at the ticket counter in their departure terminal. 

A list of all eligible seats can be found by clicking on the “Priority Seating” banner. Riders have the option of purchasing seating from 30 days in advance to 45 minutes prior to departure, but must be present at the gate no less than 20 minutes before departure.

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