Megabus.com Offers Additional 50,000 $1 Seats to Stimulate Travel
NEW YORK, Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Megabus.com, the first intercity express bus service offering fares as low as $1, today announced it is offering an additional 50,000 $1 seats for travel Sept. 14 to Nov. 19, 2009.
The $1 seats will be available on all megabus.com departures (subject to availability) in all 30 cities during the Sept. 14 to Nov. 19 travel period. Travelers will need to use the promo code HOTDEAL when booking for a chance to book the $1 fares.
"The economy still has individuals and families hesitant to spend money, especially on leisure items such as travel," said Dale Moser, president and COO of megabus.com. "Megabus.com's low fares make travel very affordable and at $1, there's no reason to stay home."
Megabus.com amenities include new double-decker buses with free Wi-Fi, on-board restrooms, reclining seats and more.
Visit www.megabus.com for additional information on routes, schedules, amenities and fares.
Megabus.com is the first intercity, express bus line dedicated to bringing high-quality, low-cost travel options for as low as $1 via the Internet. Service for megabus.com operates daily. Northeast cities served by megabus.com include: Albany, Atlantic City, Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Hartford, Conn.; New York, Philadelphia, Rochester, Syracuse, Toronto and Washington D.C. Midwest cities served by megabus.com include: Ann Arbor, Bloomington-Normal, Chicago, Champaign, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbia, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Madison, Memphis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, St. Louis and Toledo. Fares shown are one-way and include all government taxes. Since its launch on April 10, 2006, megabus.com has served more than 3 million travelers.
Chicago-based megabus.com is a subsidiary of Coach USA. Paramus, N.J.-based Coach USA owns and operates more than 20 local companies in North America, some that have been in business for more than 60 years, which operate scheduled bus routes, motor coach tours, charters and sightseeing tours.
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