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Seniors ride with STC for $12 one-way in May

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Seniors can fill up their calendars with fun, family and friends travelling with Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) this May. From May 1 to 31, seniors 60 and over can ride anywhere STC goes for $12 one-way.

STC travels to more than 250 communities in Saskatchewan, giving seniors across the province a chance to travel at a great price. The standard senior fare for a one-way trip between Regina and Saskatoon is $34.80, which is more than $20 in savings if a senior purchases the same one-way ticket in May.

"We're always happy to give our valued senior riders a great deal and our Senior Seat Sale is our most popular promotion," STC President and CEO Shawn Grice said. "STC ridership sees a significant increase during the sale month as seniors take advantage of this great opportunity."

Seniors took more than 10,000 trips during the spring Senior Seat Sale in 2013. It would take more than 200 buses at capacity to transport that many riders. Seniors should bring their identification with them at time of purchase and can buy their sale tickets at any STC agency.

About STC: The Saskatchewan Transportation Company is a provincial coach company that provides safe, affordable and accessible bus passenger and parcel express services to communities throughout Saskatchewan. For more information visit www.stcbus.com.


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