Future Schedules for Resumption of the Sale of Discount Tickets (updated on June 16)
We suspended the sale of discount tickets as a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection but are considering the resumption thereof by stages under certain conditions in response to the national government's cancellation of the declaration of a state of emergency and new guidelines presented by the national and local governments.
We have been making adjustments with local governments along the Keikyu lines and with member shops, checking their preparedness and status of implementing measures to prevent infection, and restarting the sale by limiting the time for the purpose of dispersing users, thereby aiming to resume the sale of discount tickets by stages depending on the characteristics of the respective tickets.
Steps for sales resumption
|Status||Step||Government's guidelines, etc.||Timing||Tickets whose sale is resumed|
|The sale has already been resumed||Step 1||Restrictions on travel within a prefecture are removed.||June 1||
|Step 2||Travel across prefectural borders is permitted.||June 19||
|Step 3||Sightseeing accompanying travel across prefectural borders is permitted.||Mid-July||
|Step 4||Restrictions on economic activities are all removed.||Early August||
- *The timing for sales resumption at each step is a plan and may vary depending on moves of the national and local governments and the circumstances.
Sale of the following discount tickets remains suspended.
- Greater Tokyo Pass
- Haneda-Yokohama Pass
- Haneda-Tokyo-Yokohama Pass
- Tokyo-Yokohama Pass
- WELCOME!Tokyo Subway 24-hour/48-hour/72-hour Ticket(round trip)
- * Use of invitation tickets is also suspended.