FREE Vaccine & MetroCard or Commuter Rail Tickets in Subway & Train Stations (NY Only)

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FREE Vaccine & MetroCard or Commuter Rail Tickets in Subway & Train Stations (NY Only)

MTA had previously partnered with the New York State Department of Health and SOMOS, Northwell Health, and Westchester Medical Center to launch pop-up vaccine stops, and have now extended that through Saturday, June 5th, at Grand Central and Penn Station.

Head over to either of these stations – no appointment needed – to receive a free single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine AND either a free 7 day Unlimited MetroCard or two one-way Commuter Rail Tickets!

How to get your freebies:

  1. Visit the company’s website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”.
  2. Head to Penn Station: LIRR, 34th Street Corridor, closest to entrance at 34th St and 7th Ave OR Grand Central Terminal: Metro-North Terminal, inside Vanderbilt Hall.
  3. Check in with the team on site and show your ID (this may include a government-issued ID, like an IDNYC, driver’s license, passport, Permanent resident card, Certificate of Naturalization).
  4. Get vaccinated then wait 15 minutes for observation.
  5. Pick up your CDC vaccination card, free MetroCard or train ticket – no second dose needed!

* Ages 18 and older. Penn Station (3 pm to 8 pm daily) and Grand Central ( 8 am to 1 pm daily) only. Through June 5th, 2021. Full terms and conditions apply.

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