Magna

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The Magna payment method is a payment system used in Argentina, primarily in the city of Buenos Aires. Magna is a public transportation company that provides bus and subway […]

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  • Argentina
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  • Argentina Peso
Description

The Magna payment method is a payment system used in Argentina, primarily in the city of Buenos Aires. Magna is a public transportation company that provides bus and subway services in the region.

The Magna payment method is based on the use of a rechargeable magnetic card called “tarjeta Magn√©tica.” This card allows passengers to pay for their journey by simply tapping the card on a reader located on buses or subway stations. The system automatically deducts the fare amount from the card.

The Magna card can be recharged at numerous sales points operated by the company, as well as at self-service machines located in subway stations. It is also possible to recharge the card online using the Magna website.

In addition to paying for rides, the Magna card can also be used to access discounts and special offers at selected partner businesses. This means that cardholders can enjoy various benefits in addition to using public transportation.

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