Please sign: This means making it easier for those who use Amtrak to go to work

We know that mostly Amtrak is a service for pleasure trips.  But sometimes, that trip can also be a business trip.  Sometimes businesses chooses an employee to make a trip to lobby for more transportation for seniors to get to work.  But some stations refuse to offer sell tickets to those who don't carry credit cards which I find that to be pretty stupid.  Signing this petition means that we will not let Amtrak get away with refusing to sell tickets to those who don't carry credit cards.



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While I understand your post for cash purchases, please understand some of us no longer want "cash" transactions, due to the pandemic and aftermath.


Everyone can purchase a cash card, which Amtrak accepts, which also makes it easier to use their service.


I so understand your post @PatrickR720159 but also think there are options not considered...



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True.  The reason why the petition is many times when you turn on the news, there is sometimes a story where scammers will try at anything to get their filthy hands onto your credit card info.  Amtrak does have a nice safety feature that guards you against unauthorized people from getting a hold of your info, but there are some people that are scared to use those things.  Walmart I hear does sell prepaid credit cards.  But that is if the store is in an area that is safe.  There are some trips that I is where the credit card is king, and that is like long distance trips.  Like from St. Louis to Dallas, or from like Kirkwood, Missouri to Los Angeles, California.  

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