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Toronto just got a new premium bus service with free snacks and WiFi

Just in time for the holiday season, travellers heading from Toronto to Ottawa now have a new motorcoach option. 

Bus operator Red Arrow just began intercity service to our nation's capital seven days a week, with stops in Scarborough and Kingston.

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Reclining leather seats are an upscale touch you won't find on most other bus service operators

The company just launched operations in the province on December 4, with four trips per day between Toronto and Ottawa.

As of December 8, Red Arrow will be offering six trips per day, with three times going to Ottawa and three coming from Ottawa.

The one-way trip between cities goes for $97 for a standard ticket. While this is nearly double the price of other operators like FlixBus and Megabus, Red Arrow touts its elevated customer service, premium amenities, and luxury-class travel experience.

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Luxurious amenities, like spacious reclining leather seats, tray tables, and power will be available

Each coach bus will have an on-board attendant hosting customers, along with free snacks and beverages.

There will also be features like reclining leather seats, single-row privacy seating, power, free WiFi and onboard entertainment.

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Red Arrow will offer single-row privacy seating along with free Wi-Fi

You can book your trip with Red Arrow online or by phone.

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