Rally Bus to DC!

by Darren Meenan March 24, 2017 0 Comments

Secure your spot NOW for the Rally Bus to DC before it's too late! 

For the first time ever we have two departure locations. You can choose to leave from either Citi Field or New Brunswick, NJ. 

The buses leaving from Citi Field WILL NOT stop at the NJ location. So if you have friends leaving from a different location, you'll have to meet them down in DC.

The bus trips are always a blast. Don't be shy if you don't know anyone, we're a welcoming bunch. If you are with a family or young kids, don't let the "party bus" deter you from coming. We split up before boarding and anyone who likes a quieter atmosphere can choose to be on the "family bus". 

Round trip from Citi for $65 

Round trip from NJ for $60 

GRAB YOUR BUS TICKETS NOW!!! 




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