“We’re excited to bring the ‘Ducks Express’ to our fans as far south as Oceanside,” said Ducks Vice President of Multi-Media and Community Development Aaron Teats. “In addition to adding an easy, convenient travel option for our fans, the ‘Ducks Express’ is an environmentally conscious way to get to Honda Center.”
Fare for the roundtrip ticket is only $7 for adults, $6 for seniors and disabled patrons, and $4 for youth age 6-18. Children age 5 and younger ride for free. Ducks Express trains (OC Line trains 643 and 606) arrive at the Anaheim Station at 6:20 p.m. and 6:26 p.m., respectively, for each weekday home game. Ducks Express shuttles will depart for Honda Center following each train’s arrival at the Anaheim Station and have a postgame shuttle departure time of 9:45 p.m.
Ducks Express tickets can be purchased online at www.octa.net/DucksExpress
; at Metrolink stations by selecting ‘Special Ticket Options’ at self-serve ticket vending machines; via phone at (714) 560-5932; or in person at the OCTA Store, located at 550 S. Main St., Orange, CA 92868. The Anaheim Station is approximately three city blocks from Honda Center and minutes away via the complimentary Ducks Express shuttle (Metrolink ticket must be presented for shuttle access). For more information on schedules and tickets, please visit www.octa.net/DucksExpress.NOTE
- The Ducks Express Shuttles leaves Honda Center at 9:45 p.m. This is the absolute cut off time to meet the trains at the Anaheim Station. There will also be an announcement during the third quarter of the Ducks game to remind passengers when the shuttle leaves for the station.
- If a game should go into overtime, the last shuttle will leave at 10:00pm. There will be in game announcements so fans are aware.
- For the 7:35pm start time games, the shuttle will leave at 10:15pm. If the game goes into overtime, the last shuttle will leave at 10:30pm.