MARTA offering discounts starting this month

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 4, 2017

A MARTA train passes over the mural at the corner of Dekalb Ave. and Arizona Ave. on Thursday, April 17, 2014. File Photo by Jonathan Phillips

MARTA’s ready to make a deal.

The Transit Authority is offering discounted two-day passes and discounted 30 day passes beginning this month. The price of the 30-day passes is dropping to $71 from $95, MARTA says.

Here are the full details from MARTA:

ATLANTA—The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) just made commuting easier to enjoy with discounted two-day, unlimited weekend passes and discounted 30-day passes beginning in May.

For $10.50 each, the “Ride The Weekend” Pass provides individuals and families unlimited rides on MARTA buses and trains on Saturdays and Sundays. Passes will be on sale until June 30, 2017, but customers can use them on any weekend of their choice.

“Weekends in Atlanta offer a full range of activities and attractions that MARTA customers now have even more reason to take advantage of,” said MARTA GM/CEO Keith T. Parker. “Our array of discounted fares helps get more people more places across our service area while expanding opportunities for riders that’s affordable for family and friends to enjoy.”

MARTA will also sell discounted 30-day unlimited passes for only $71, saving MARTA customers 25 percent off the regular price. The 30-day unlimited passes will be on sale from May 17 until May 31, 2017 and can be used at any time.

“These promotions help us attract area tourists and encourage infrequent riders to use the system during sporting events, festivals and other local points of interest,” Parker said.

MARTA currently offers unlimited 2-Day passes for $14 and 30-day unlimited passes for $95. Customers can purchase the 25 percent discounted passes at the Five Points and airport RideStores, Breeze card vending machines and on the Breeze card website at No discount codes are required.

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