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People are selling “Supreme”-branded MetroCards online for hundreds of dollars

Will Gleason
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Will Gleason
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The new MetroCards branded with the "Supreme" logo just launched in New York yesterday, but they’re already prompting online bidding wars and massive crowds at the select subway stations that are currently selling them.

The cards are dispensed by machines at the Broadway-Lafayette stop, Prince Street, Atlantic Avenue, Spring Street, Union Square, Queens Plaza, Marcy Ave in Williamsburg and 125th Street in Harlem.

 

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The highly-coveted MetroCards, which only come with two swipes (lol), are pegged to the opening of the Supreme flagship store’s opening on Lafayette Street. The MTA has announced that they’re currently sold out of the cards featuring the iconic logo, but that people should check back within the next day or so.

Guess some people out there won't be so bothered by the upcoming fare hike.

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