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Get your souvenir Olympic transit pass!

Get your souvenir Olympic transit pass!

The one-zone Olympic FareCard. Check out the two-zone, three-zone, and concession designs at the end of this post.
The one-zone Olympic FareCard. Check out the two-zone, three-zone, and concession designs at the end of this post.

Ooh — the six-week souvenir Olympic FareCards go on sale today!

Starting Friday, November 27 (not the 23rd!), you can pick one up at any participating FareDealer location, where our passes are sold.

There are one, two, and three-zone Olympic FareCards available, each with a different design. They’re credit-card sized and plastic, and the prices are 1.5 times the cost of a regular FareCard: $110 for one zone, $149 for two zones, $204 for three zones, and $63 for Concession.

The passes are all valid for the six-week period around the Olympics— February 8 to March 21, 2010.

The pocket-sized fold-up Olympic transit map. While supplies last!
The pocket-sized fold-up Olympic transit map. While supplies last!

Plus, if you buy your pass at certain FareDealer locations, you’ll also get a limited-edition Olympic transit map!

Plus, when you buy your pass at any FareDealer location carrying the Olympic pass, you’ll also get a limited-edition Olympic transit map!

These are pocket-size fold-up maps which show Olympic venues, festival sites, departure hubs for the Olympic bus network, and more.

And yes, if you’re wondering, you can still buy regular February and March bus passes from FareDealer as normal. No Olympic design, but certainly just as useful!

Here are the two-zone and three-zone designs as well. (Edit: The Concession design is now up too!)

The two-zone Olympic FareCard.
The two-zone Olympic FareCard.
The three-zone Olympic FareCard.
The three-zone Olympic FareCard.
The Concession Olympic FareCard. Hello mascots!
The Concession Olympic FareCard. Hello mascots!