How To Get A FREE Pre-Loaded PRESTO Card At TTC And GO Stations Today

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Free PRESTO card? Yes. Free PRESTO cards — plural. As in 20,000 of them.

Scotiabank Arena is giving away the first 10,000 free PRESTO cards this week. The plan is to hand out free, pre-loaded PRESTO cards to Leafs and Raptors Home Openers, at select TTC and GO stations.

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This giveaway is to celebrate the inaugural season at Scotiabank Arena, but it’s only while supplies last.

The first batch of free PRESTO cards will be given out on Wednesday, October 3.

That means 10,000 of these free PRESTO cards will be available at select TTC ($6) and GO ($8) stations, to help get you to Scotiabank Arena/Maple Leaf Square to cheer on the Toronto Maple Leafs at their home opener Wednesday evening.

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But wait, there’s more … More free PRESTO cards, that is …

On October 17, Scotiabank plans to give away another 10,000 free PRESTO cards to get you to the arena for the Toronto Raptors home opener.

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Ambassadors will give away the cards starting at 4 p.m. on October 3 and then again on October 17, but again, only while supplies last.

They will have a limited number of available, so check out the list below to see where you can find them and how many they’ll have:

STATION LOCATION NUMBER OF CARDS
TTC Spadina 1000 Cards
TTC College 1000 Cards
TTC Kipling 1000 Cards
TTC Finch 1000 Cards
TTC Eglinton 1000 Cards
TTC Don Mills 1000 Cards
TTC Kennedy 1000 Cards
GO Oakville 750 Cards
GO Mimico 750 Cards
GO Pickering 750 Cards
GO Scarborough 750 Cards
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