WSF: All tickets now available for purchase online

To better protect our customers and employees against the spread of COVID-19, Washington State Ferries encourages all customers to purchase their tickets in advance online. Pre-purchasing tickets minimizes the amount of contact and money exchange that needs to take place at tollbooths.

To make it easier for customers to purchase tickets online, WSF has made all of its fares available, including those that normally require in-person purchase and proof of eligibility. These include youth, senior, and disabled fares.

For all information about adjustments to WSF operations visit the COVID-19 travel updates webpage.

 

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WSF offering ticket refunds and suspending no-show fees

While WSF cannot extend the 90-day period for tickets and travel passes, customers who are unable to use tickets or travel passes because of COVID-19 concerns may be eligible for a refund for the unused portion of their fare. All refund requests can be submitted online. Please note that it may take longer than the typical 2-3 weeks to process your request due to higher volumes.

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No ferry service to Sidney for a while as Canadian border is closed

ANACORTES – Resumption of Washington State Ferries’ service between the U.S. and Canada has been pushed back to at least April 28, 2020.

The suspension of the route serving Anacortes, and Sidney, British Columbia, comes as a result of the recent closure of the Canadian border to help slow the spread of COVID-19. International service was originally scheduled to restart March 29, following its annual three-month shut down during the slower winter months.

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