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Q: what are bus fares in your China city?

this joke, making fun of stupid question makers,, gimme thumbs down for dummmy question as you should them

9 years 37 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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1.5 RMB, and I think it's a little cheaper if you put it on a bus card.

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He is just trying to out-Mattie Mattie.  The only difference is that Ted's stupid questions shows significantly more thought and brain cells than anyone credits Mattie for.

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1-2 RMB depending on route; 10% discount with bus card

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1 RMB in my little town.  It steps up to 2 RMB in Ningbo proper.

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If you pay in cash, it will be 1 yuan for regular buses, and 2 yuan for buses with A/C.  If you pay by card, then it drops to 0.9 and 1.8 respectively (10% discount).  

 

Ha, ha, now start asking similar questions at least from 3 to 5 times per day, and you will be doing good.

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no senior discount?

I'm serious about the snack food !

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1 rmb

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