GO Transit GO Transit Weekend Pass: Get Unlimited Travel on Weekends and Holidays Unlimited Weekend Travel on GO Transit for $10!

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Go sightseeing across Ontario with GO Transit, where Weekend Passes are now available with unlimited travel on weekends and holidays, starting at just $10.00.

GO Transit Weekend Passes are only available online and there are two passes available – the $10.00 one-day pass is valid for one day only, while the $15.00 travel pass is valid throughout an entire weekend, including statutory holidays. Both grant unlimited travel for one person across the entire GO Transit rail and bus network in Ontario, including seasonal destinations like Niagara Falls.

Simply order online to purchase either pass – you must activate the pass before boarding a GO train or bus and your smartphone (with the pass loaded) serves as your ticket during your trip.

GO Transit Weekend Passes are available online only and passes are valid for one year from the date of purchase – click here to view the complete GO Transit network and plan your trip.

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    • Why this is in hot deal section ... This deal is from 2021 ..... move to ongoing deal section ....
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    • Fyi, for anyone who is going to use the Lakeshore East & Stouffville line this weekend.

      Weekend closures on Lakeshore East & Stouffville for construction
      https://blog.metrolinx.com/2022/09/21/w ... struction/
      This weekend (Sept 23-25), service will be adjusted for construction and maintenance work along the Lakeshore East and Stouffville GO Lines. Next week, there will also be Stouffville GO Line evening changes.

      Lakeshore East Line closure

      Buses will replace Lakeshore East trains from late on Friday evening, Sept. 23, through Saturday, Sept. 24 and Sunday, Sept. 25. They will serve all stations except those where the TTC is an option – Rouge Hill, Guildwood, Eglinton, Scarborough and Danforth.

      Stouffville Line closure

      On Saturday, Sept. 24 and Sunday, Sept. 25, Stouffville GO Trains will not run. Instead, buses will serve all stations except Milliken, Agincourt and Kennedy.

      Next week, on Sept. 26, 27, 29 and 30, buses will replace trains on the Stouffville GO Line after 9 p.m.
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    • https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contrib ... -news.html

      More people take GO Transit on weekends now than before the pandemic. That may not be good news
      The issue here is not the ridership going up (that's the good news), it's that Metrolinx/GO hasn't bothered to increase service levels on many routes which is causing major delays and issues.
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    • I see we need to buy minimum group of 2 persons for weekday pass costing $30. My question is, if I buy weekday pass for group of 2 persons then can I activate 1st pass on Tuesday and 2nd on Wednesday or both gets activated same time ?
      You can only use it on one day

      $30 Weekday Group Pass for 2
      Valid for a group of 2 passengers traveling together. Valid for travel on one weekday, Monday to Friday. Holidays excluded.

      from https://tickets.gotransit.com/en-us/
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    • I see we need to buy minimum group of 2 persons for weekday pass costing $30. My question is, if I buy weekday pass for group of 2 persons then can I activate 1st pass on Tuesday and 2nd on Wednesday or both gets activated same time ?
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    • Dude it even says “Barrie” and “Niagara falls” in the title. You definitely have a lot of time on your hands to waste. Just stop whining, ignore thread and move on. Your life will become much better.

      And if you have not heard of “GO Transit”, it obviously means a transit service not anywhere near you. So any normal person will just skip the thread. Do you folks in BC get new transit lines routinely to be on the lookout for new transit names?
      Go ask OP what the original title says. Dude.
      Your life will also be much better if you ignore my post as well. Welcome to the time wasting club.
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    • You are asssiming that everyone in Canada knows what GO Transit is. With the amount of likes I got from my original post, I think I can assume that many of us came into this thread not knowing what Go Transit is. As the the title doesn't suggest a province which somewhat implies the deal is for the whole country. If it's not neccessary, it's atleast helpful to have the province added to the title. Originally the title doesn't even have the part that says "Now w/trains to Niagara Falls & Barrie". I don't see it being quite as big of a problem now that it says Niagara Falls in the title. Still doesn't undersstand why the OP refuses to add a simple "ON" to the back of the title. That to me is being stubborn.

      If I make a thread about the "Coast mountain bus" which serves Metro Vancouver, could you tell that it's unrelated to you from just the title? would it help if I put "BC" to the back of the title? It that still doesn't make it obvious, please also imagine if you are new to the Country. You'd also be surprise that almost each west coast specified thread, someone from Ontario commented the same about adding provice to title or simply suggested that the deal is dead as it's not available for those in Ontario.
      Dude it even says “Barrie” and “Niagara falls” in the title. You definitely have a lot of time on your hands to waste. Just stop whining, ignore thread and move on. Your life will become much better.

      And if you have not heard of “GO Transit”, it obviously means a transit service not anywhere near you. So any normal person will just skip the thread. Do you folks in BC get new transit lines routinely to be on the lookout for new transit names?
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    • And the GO train goes nowhere near them
      Obviously. but the comment I made was in reply to someone who said there are no mountains or coasts in Ontario.
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    • 1. Blue Mountain
      2. James Bay
      And the GO train goes nowhere near them
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    • What does your e-ticket email say? Under "Activate Your E-tickets/Passes 5 Minutes Prior to Boarding:" section, there is a line saying "Valid until", is that consistent with 1 week from purchase date? The ticket I purchased 2 weeks ago has validity until a year from purchase date.
      Yeah mine gives a week from purchase for the one I purchased yesterday. The one I bought last month has what yours has.
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    • Yes, we can tell... there are no mountains, nor coasts in Ontario 😂
      1. Blue Mountain
      2. James Bay
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    • Hopefully this isn’t the first sign they’re moving to get rid of this program, but the following notice was added when I just went to purchase my weekend ticket:

      As of September 6, 2022, GO Transit e-tickets and passes are valid for up to seven days from the date of purchase as long as they are not activated.

      Whereas before they were valid for 1 year after purchase
      What does your e-ticket email say? Under "Activate Your E-tickets/Passes 5 Minutes Prior to Boarding:" section, there is a line saying "Valid until", is that consistent with 1 week from purchase date? The ticket I purchased 2 weeks ago has validity until a year from purchase date.
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    • How’s the GO train service in BC, Jimbo?
      It sucks, still waiting for them to invent their trackless train so they can extend the service here in BC. Jeen Jeen.
      Maybe I will send the CEO another email.
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    • Please kindly mark in the title this is only available for the center of the Universe.
      How’s the GO train service in BC, Jimbo?
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    • Hopefully this isn’t the first sign they’re moving to get rid of this program, but the following notice was added when I just went to purchase my weekend ticket:

      As of September 6, 2022, GO Transit e-tickets and passes are valid for up to seven days from the date of purchase as long as they are not activated.

      Whereas before they were valid for 1 year after purchase
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    • Did the $25.99 steak and lobster at Chuck's Roadhouse. Delicious as always.
      Sorry off topic... But thanks for posting this... Going to Toronto/Niagara Falls for a few nights next week!

      Any other cheap eats at Niagara Falls or DT Toronto that you would recommend?

      The surf and turf looks delish!!!
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    • Is there a stop near Niagara on the lake?
      No, there is no Go Train station near Niagara-on-the-Lake
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    • Is there a stop near Niagara on the lake?
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    • Takes wayyy too long to Niagara (always delays too) , save your time and take a bus
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    • Are there any bike racks near Clifton hill to lock our bikes?
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    • For people that want to drink, take their bikes , have an adventure the train is so much nicer.

      When I take train with my kids we talk much more. Enjoy the scenery vs driving when I have to focus on road.
      There's no scenery that can be seen on the train. And if you are taking a transfer, you might end up home very late. Not to mention if the train gets delayed you might be stuck in dt overnight. If you drive, at least you will be more flexible and enjoy your day trip. You can make a stop at Bayfront Park in Hamilton, go to Niagara-on-the-Lake to have lunch, and drive along the scenic Niagara parkway all the way to Old Fort Erie (highly recommended). Economic-wise, at least $20 per person if you take the train unless you want to walk to the fall instead of taking the bus.

      On the other topic, GO to Barrie is a good idea. But I don't recommend ppl taking GO to Niagara.
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    • Don't take GO to the falls... Drive there and get the annual parking pass. It's cheaper and more convenient.
      For people that want to drink, take their bikes , have an adventure the train is so much nicer.

      When I take train with my kids we talk much more. Enjoy the scenery vs driving when I have to focus on road.
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    • Don't take GO to the falls... Drive there and get the annual parking pass. It's cheaper and more convenient.
      Depends on how many are going and from where! If you are singie tider from Toronto you'll spend much more in gas than $10
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    • Don't take GO to the falls... Drive there and get the annual parking pass. It's cheaper and more convenient.
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    • Used the train 2 weekends ago, both Saturday and Sunday. Totally empty unless you catch the Blue Jays traffic so check their schedule first before picking a time to use it.
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    • CUCUCovers makes stickers that fit perfectly.
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    • $35.00 yikes. i will put a dollar store sticker on my free one :P
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    • On again today
      Nice! how busy were the trains on Saturday?
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    • Can those who've been on the train from Toronto to Niagara on the past two weekends comment on how busy the trains were?
      Taking the family today on the very first train to Falls out of Union. One bike too.

      Update - absolutely jammed train . Some people had to stand the whole way. Madness for taxis and WEGO at Falls. Many, like us, opted to walk to Falls from train station instead.

      Did the $25.99 steak and lobster at Chuck's Roadhouse. Delicious as always.

      For the 7:15PM train back we walked all the way to the very first car, by the locomotive. Tons of seats there. We each had our own quad. Made for a nice contrast vs the morning train.
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    • Can those who've been on the train from Toronto to Niagara on the past two weekends comment on how busy the trains were?
      Also, I bought two tickets in one transaction, now can I use those on two separate days or do I have to use them on the same day(by 2 persons)?

      thx in advance!
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    • Thanks and I think there are only 3 or 4 bike trains during the day ?
      3 trains on each scheduled day with 3 bike coaches (each with capacity of 18 bikes)

      More info at BikeTrain.ca

      Toronto-Niagara Seasonal GO Train Service
      Trains in operation Saturday / Sunday / Holiday Monday's
      2022 Schedule - May 21 to October 10 (Thanksgiving Weekend Monday)

      Saturday, Sunday and holiday departures - Special 'bike coaches' with bike racks and space for at least 54 bikes.

      Times for 2022:
      Depart Toronto Union Station: 8:51am, 12:51pm, 4:51pm
      Stops at: Union, Exhibition, Port Credit, Oakville, Burlington, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls
      Train travel time: Approximately 2 hours
      Depart Niagara Falls Station: 11:15am, 3:15pm, 7:15pm
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    • If I make a thread about the "Coast mountain bus" which serves Metro Vancouver, could you tell that it's unrelated to you from just the title?
      Yes, we can tell... there are no mountains, nor coasts in Ontario 😂
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    • Anyone used the "bike train" to Niagara comments on how busy that is to and from Toronto?
      Your main concern is getting back, if you miss the 715pm train to Union. Each bus to Toronto or similar can carry only 2 bikes.
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    • Not busy at all. Bike trains are the last three coaches from Toronto. The first one is the busiest, the last one mostly empty.
      Thanks and I think there are only 3 or 4 bike trains during the day ?
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    • Not busy at all. Bike trains are the last three coaches from Toronto. The first one is the busiest, the last one mostly empty.
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    • Anyone used the "bike train" to Niagara comments on how busy that is to and from Toronto?
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    • How long does it actually take from Kitchener to Niagara? How many buses/trains to take?
      More expensive but Great Canadian Holidays does day trips to Niagara. I looked into it a while back and it seems like it only takes a couple hours to get there based on their depart and free times.
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