DTA offers discounted Summer Teen Pass for $45
Published: Expires: 6/30/2009
Youth riders get unlimited-rides and "fun perks"
The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) is again offering teen bus riders in the Twin Ports unlimited rides and "FUN PERKS" all summer long for just $45 with a "deep discounted" Summer Teen Pass. The 3-month unlimited-ride Summer Teen Pass is valued at $90 and along with "fun perk discounts" is a great value for teen riders in the Twin Ports.
In addition to unlimited rides on the DTA in June, July and August, youth riders 18 and under get "fun perks" at Carnival Thrillz in Canal Park, Incline Station Bowling Center, Great Lakes Aquarium, Lake Superior Zoo, Omnimax Theatre, Duluth Huskies Baseball and Burger King restaurants.
Teen riders get "FUN PERK DISCOUNTS" when presenting their Summer Teen Pass:
- One FREE game of bowling every day at the Incline Station Bowling Center
- $5 discount on unlimited-ride day pass wrist bands at Canal Parks’ Carnival Thrillz
- $5 admission at the Great Lakes Aquarium - $8 discount!
- $1 off general admission at Lake Superior Zoo.
- $1 discount on admission to Huskies baseball games.
- FREE popcorn with admission at the Omnimax Theater.
- FREE Junior Whopper with purchase of medium fries and beverage at all Twin Ports Burger King locations.
Summer Teen Passes, which offer unlimited rides anytime on all DTA buses and the Port Town Trolley, are also transferable and can be used by qualifying family members or friends when not used by its primary recipient.
Summer Teen Passes are sold for $45 - a $90 value. (31-Day Teen Passes normally sell for $30)
Summer Teen Passes are on sale at the Downtown Transit Center, DTA Operations Center (2402 W. Michigan Street), and DTA Pass Outlets: University Super America, Lakeside Super America, Plaza Super America, Fourth Super America, Morgan Park Super America, CUB Foods, Proctor Milk House, Park State Banks and all Twin Ports Little Stores.
Summer Teen Pass Program was established in 1999 through collaboration with the Northland Foundation’s Duluth Alliance with Youth Transportation Task Force.