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NJTurnpike
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Subway Riders with CSP

Any (New York) subway riders with a CSP get 2X UR for buying your monthly passes? How about bus passes?


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NJTurnpike
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Re: Subway Riders with CSP

I probablly shouldn't post after 1am if I want answers from folks in the northeast. :smileyvery-happy:


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Re: Subway Riders with CSP


NJTurnpike wrote:

I probablly shouldn't post after 1am if I want answers from folks in the northeast. :smileyvery-happy:


Haha! very true NJ.


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Re: Subway Riders with CSP


NJTurnpike wrote:

Any (New York) subway riders with a CSP get 2X UR for buying your monthly passes? How about bus passes?


Shouldn't you be in bed by now...:smileysurprised:?

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enharu
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Re: Subway Riders with CSP

Shouldn't this be considered as travel expenses and therefore 3x UR?
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samset93
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Re: Subway Riders with CSP

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+1 on the bus pass situation. I use bus to commute to/from work. Getting 2x points is certainly better than just the regular freedom cashback.

 

@enharu: you mean 2x UR? the extra UR/$ is if you bookk through the online UR mall, no?





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Re: Subway Riders with CSP

I haven't seen anything about CSP points for public transit. Is it true? I got the TY Premier (1.2 TY points for commuter expenses) specifically because I couldn't take advantage of the pre-tax transit benefit from work this year. 


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