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Q: Where do I go to get a new IC card if old one stops working?

9 years 19 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Beijing

 
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You can find those IC cards in one of those concession stores. A girl needed a new card and that's where she got hers. I too had no clue where to get one but I found out on that day. Your best bet is one of those little concession stores. 

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They exchange broken IC cards at Beijing Zoo station. You can't exchange them at all subway stations, just at a few hub ones such as the Zoo.

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