Did You Lose Money on Your MetroCard Because of Sandy? Well, Sorry...
On October 2, as a necessary measure for almost every Brooklynite, I bought a 30-day unlimited MetroCard for $104. On October 29, Hurricane (Superstorm? Is that a thing now?) Sandy barreled through New York, crippling electricity, homes, and, specifically in this case, the entire subway system. If we're looking at the estimated transportation costs (which, in terms of priorities, is nothing compared to the storm's greater damage), my wallet is down $26.
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