Questions about Unlimited-ride tickets (valid for one, 30, 90, and 365 days)
- I want to travel around Moscow all day and see as much as possible. What ticket should I buy?
You can buy a one-day Unlimited-ride Unified (Yediniy) ticket. It entitles you to unlimited travel on all forms of transport for a period 24 hours from the moment you first use it. It costs 210 rubles.
- Where can I check the expiration date of my ticket?
You can check the expiration date of any ticket at the yellow info terminals in any Metro station.
- How long from the date of purchase is the one-day ticket good for?
It is valid for 24 hours from the moment it is first used, not the moment it was purchased.
- What is the difference between an Unlimited-ride Unified (Yediniy) ticket for 30 days and an Unlimited-ride Unified (Yediniy) one-month pass?
Good question! First, a 30-day Unified ticket costs 2,350 rubles and can be used from the moment it is activated. You can buy it on any day of the month. Travel on ground transport and Metro is unlimited. The only restriction is the enforced time lag between passes through the turnstile – seven minutes for the Metro and four minutes for above-ground transport. This was done to prevent ticket misuse and ensure transport law is obeyed. The 90- and 365-day tickets work the same way.
Second, there is a Unified monthly pass for 2,350 rubles. It works from the first calendar day of the month. This ticket has a limit of 70 Metro trips but no restrictions on traveling by ground transport.