Collector Booths

You can purchase tickets, tokens and passes at collector booths, which are located at every subway station, except Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, Highway 407, Pioneer Village, York University, Finch West, Downsview Park, Sheppard West and Wilson. These eight stations have Customer Service Agents who are available to answer your questions or show you where to purchase your fares.

  • Tokens are sold in various quantities at a minimum of 3 tokens for $9.00
  • Senior/Student tickets are sold in multiples of five or ten.

Subway station collector booths will accept debit and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, or American Express) for purchases of $10.00 or more.

Authorized TTC Fare Sellers

Tickets, tokens and passes are also available at over 1,200 Authorized TTC Fare Sellers in Toronto. Available fare types and payment method may vary by location. Search for the nearest authorized TTC Fare sellers, or call Customer Information at 416-393-4636 (INFO) and select "0" for Operator Assisted Service - available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, except statutory holidays.

Self-Serve Reload Machines

Self-Serve Reload Machines are available at select TTC subway stations. You can use these machines to load money onto your PRESTO card or check your balance. By the end of 2018, every subway station entrance will have a Self-Serve Reload Machine.

Toronto Pearson International Airport

You can purchase single fare tickets at Toronto Pearson International Airport. There are two TTC ticket vending machines in Terminal 1, located at the Public Transit area of the Ground Transportation Level, just inside from where the TTC buses stop (curbside, at column "R"). In Terminal 3, you can purchase single fare tickets at the Currency Exchange counter located on the arrivals level.

Use cash or major credit cards anytime of the day or night to purchase tokens and tickets. Detach and deposit the ticket portion into the farebox on the bus - retain your receipt portion. Ask the Driver for a transfer if you are planning to continue your trip on another connecting TTC route.