A new bus service just launched in Canada, and it is still offering fares under $10 this week. FlixBus officially began domestic service today, April 7.
Besides its express route from Toronto to Ottawa, it will also have a Niagara Falls-Toronto line including a stop in St. Catharines, as well as a more comprehensive local line with stops including Waterloo (University of Waterloo), Kitchener (Downtown), Guelph, Mississauga and Toronto.
Initially, as a special offer for Canada, FlixBus said it will run a special $4.99 fares until April 6, but it looks like you can still get those prices right now.
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Looking at the fares on launch day, trips to Ottawa from Toronto later this April are still showing the $4.99 oneway fare.
According to the company, its new buses offer free WiFi, power outlets at every seat, and has a FlixBus App for booking.
As for its departures, the Ottawa-Toronto will run Thursday-Monday with one trip in each direction per day, while Niagara Falls-Toronto and Waterloo-Toronto will run daily service in each direction, with service doubled on Thursdays-Mondays.
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