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NJ TRANSIT is the fast, easy way to travel to sports and entertainment events at Prudential Center. Located at the corner of Mulberry Street and Edison Place in Newark, Prudential Center is just two blocks from Newark Penn Station and connected to Newark Broad Street Station by frequent, convenient bus service.

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Ways to Save

Family SuperSaver
Two children (ages 5-11) can travel free on trains, light rail, and buses when accompanied by a fare-paying adult. This program is in effect weekends and holidays from 7 p.m. Friday (or the day before a holiday) until 6 a.m. Monday (or the day after a holiday).

Monthly Pass Holders
If you already have a monthly pass, you may be able to travel to Prudential Center without purchasing another ticket. Best of all, you can combine your monthly pass with the Family SuperSaver offer.

Group Trips
Have more than nine people traveling to an event at Prudential Center? Click here to learn how to save up to 25 percent off with Group Trip discounts.

Parking at many NJ TRANSIT rail stations is limited on weekdays until about 6 p.m. If you are traveling before that time, you may wish to have someone drop you off at the nearest station, or use a station with a large parking facility such as:
Travel Tips
  • To save time, buy your return trip ticket before going to Prudential Center.
  • Valid rail weekly are monthly passes are accepted for free travel on connecting bus service to Prudential Center, as well as light rail service to Newark Penn Station.
  • All NJ TRANSIT buses serving Prudential Center and Downtown Newark require exact fare. If you are not using a rail pass to travel on connecting bus service, be sure to check NJ TRANSIT's website or a bus schedule to determine the fare prior to traveling.
  • Purchase your rail ticket prior to boarding the train. A $5 surcharge applies to tickets purchased onboard if ticket vending machines or ticket agents are available.