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9-Euro-Ticket: advance sales in Munich will start shortly - you should know that now

2022-05-16T03:01:47.323Z

9-Euro-Ticket: advance sales in Munich will start shortly - you should know that now Created: 05/16/2022, 04:53 By: Andreas Thieme The 9-euro ticket will also be available for Munich commuters on mobile phones. © MVG The 9-euro ticket comes in June. For 9 euros, Munich residents can travel by bus, tram, S-Bahn or regional train in Munich for a month in June, July and August. Munich – With the



9-Euro-Ticket: advance sales in Munich will start shortly - you should know that now

Created: 05/16/2022, 04:53

By: Andreas Thieme

The 9-euro ticket will also be available for Munich commuters on mobile phones.

© MVG

The 9-euro ticket comes in June.

For 9 euros, Munich residents can travel by bus, tram, S-Bahn or regional train in Munich for a month in June, July and August.

Munich – With the summer comes cheaper local transport: From June 1st, the 9-euro ticket will be introduced nationwide.

Then all Munich buses and regional trains can also use it for nine euros – per month.

You can buy the low-cost tickets as early as May 22 – so in nine days.

The offer will be valid until the end of August - it is part of the nationwide relief package due to the immensely increased energy prices.

So for only 27 euros you can travel by regional train all summer long.

This also works across Germany, but only in 2nd class.

9-euro ticket in Munich: advance sales start on May 22nd in Munich

Paper tickets

: The Munich Transport Company (MVG) starts presale on Sunday, May 22nd.

Then you can buy the 9-euro tickets in paper form at all ticket machines with touch displays - from Monday, May 23, then also in the MVG customer centers.

However, it is not valid until June 1st.

9-euro ticket in Munich: Commuters with a subscription card at MVG "don't have to worry about anything"

Subscription & mobile app

: The 9-euro ticket isn't just available on paper.

Even MVG customers who already have a subscription save in the three cheap months.

These commuters don't have to "worry about anything," the transport company said.

You automatically benefit from the advantages, the subscription card is then valid nationwide and is cheaper at the same time: The monthly price is nine euros for June, July and August, regardless of the subscription model, and is charged by MVG.

Anyone who has paid for their season ticket for a year in advance will receive a corresponding credit note per month.

The 9-euro ticket is then also displayed in the MVG app “Fahrinfo München” on the smartphone.

Tickets are already discounted

: the rules also apply to the training tariffs for students and trainees.

There are no time restrictions on the IsarCard 9am and IsarCard65 during the campaign period.

New customers

: If you don't have an MVG subscription, you can now get started cheaper than ever.

If you take out the subscription by June 1st, you automatically benefit in full, so you can drive across the country for nine euros a month.

In addition, subscription customers receive two free months, says MVG.

If you want to use the subscription as a mobile ticket or paper ticket by June 1st, you can order online until May 24th.

9 euro ticket: flat rate for Munich for any number of journeys

  • The 9-euro ticket is valid from June 1 in Munich and throughout Germany for local and regional transport - i.e. in the subway, S-Bahn, bus, tram and regional trains.

  • For June, July and August, the ticket can be purchased for 9 euros per month.

  • From May 22, the 9-euro ticket can be bought in paper format from all ticket machines in Munich.

    Also as a mobile ticket in the MVGApp from June 1st.

  • With the 9-euro ticket, Munich can be used throughout the MVV and then, for example, in Berlin or Hamburg.

Cheap ticket in Munich and throughout Germany: consumer advocates warn

The expected boom

: consumer advocates see the 9-euro ticket as a "booster for buses and trains", but at the same time warn against overcrowded trains.

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 Trouble in politics: who should pay for all this?

Bavaria's Minister of Transport Christian Bernreiter (CSU) described the 9-euro ticket as a "sham" - not with regard to individual customers, but to Bavarian finances.

He fears losses for the Free State and calls for complete funding from the federal government.

The draft law by the SPD, Greens and FDP is now being discussed in the Bundestag.

He regulates the financing of the offer.

It is to be decided on May 19 and one day later in the Federal Council.

In concrete terms, the "regionalization funds" are to be increased by 3.7 billion euros: in addition to the 2.5 billion for the 9-euro tickets, 1.2 billion euros will compensate for losses due to Corona.

The federal government regularly spends more than ten billion euros here.

Source: merkur

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