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NJ TRANSIT BEGINS SUMMER RAIL SERVICE TO MONMOUTH PARK

Customers Can Save $5.50 with Racetrack Package

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 26, 2018

NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT summer rail service to Monmouth Park Racetrack begins Saturday, May 5 and operates through September 9, 2018.  The service will run when the track is open for live racing.  Friday rail service begins July 13 and continues through August 31.  New this year, Thursday racing and rail service begins August 2 and continues through August 23.  Rail service will also include Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day.   Monmouth Park Station is served by North Jersey Coast Line rail service.

 

NJ TRANSIT is offering a Monmouth Park package which saves customers $5.50. The package includes an NJ TRANSIT round-trip ticket to Monmouth Park from any NJ TRANSIT rail station (excluding Atlantic City Rail Line stations), Grandstand Admission and an official track program for $3.50 plus the regular cost of a round-trip rail ticket.  Packages are also available for children, senior citizens and customers with disabilities. Tickets are valid on regularly scheduled trains on Thursdays, Fridays, weekends and holidays when the racetrack is open for live racing.

 

To receive the Grandstand Admission and an official track program, you must purchase your package from an NJ TRANSIT Ticket Vending Machine (TVM) or Ticket Office. This package is not available from train crew personnel or with the NJ TRANSIT Mobile App. When purchasing your package from a Ticket Vending Machine, choose "Beach/Monmouth Park Packages" and then select "Monmouth Park Racetrack".  Visit www.njtransit.com for rail service information to Monmouth Park.

 

For information about Monmouth Park, call 732-222-5100 or visit Monmouth Park's web site at www.monmouthpark.com.


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