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Q: Where to buy Beijing subway card?

Where to buy Beijing subway card? Does any one know how much it costs or if it possible to buy in all stations?

6 years 33 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Hey nielsjorgen, the subway card itself, which is called yikatong 一卡通 in chinese costs 40 kuai, out of which 20 kuai is a deposit and the other 20 you can use as subway or busfare.

Most of the major stations can make a card for you. in the subway it doesnt get you any discount on the fare, just the big advantage that you can jump the ticket line. in the buses it gives a lot of discount especially on long distance trips.

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In Beijing. In the subway.

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