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BKK introducing single digital tickets

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The Budapest Public Transport Center (BKK) said it would introduce a digital purchasing option for single tickets that are valid for one ride, according to napi.hu.

Single tickets will be available for online purchasing before introducing the 30- and 90-minute exclusively digital travelcards in March.

BKK said the single ticket price (whether in print or digital format) would remain HUF 350.

The new digital 30- and 90-minute travelcards will be priced at HUF 530 and HUF 750, respectively.

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