WoT RU – Moscow Subway Cards

https://shop.mosmetro.ru/karta-wot

PS: the collection seems to have extended; there are more tanks now.

The Moscow Metro, together with World of Tanks, issued Troika collection cards.

The Moscow Metro on June 11, together with the developers of World of Tanks, released a branded collection of Troika cards (a refilled transport card) with images of Soviet tanks. About 10 thousand copies of each of the 10 variants can be purchased at the metropolitan subway online store, Julia Temnikova, Customer Service Deputy Chief of the Metro, told TASS on Thursday.

“The issuance of Troika collection cards has long been a good tradition of the Moscow Metro. On the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory, we issue a special “Troika” edition featuring Soviet tanks in collaboration with the developers of the popular World of Tanks game. We are sure that the new “Troika” fans of the game will like it – now they will be able to pay for public transport travel with a card with the image of their beloved Soviet tank, “
Temnikova said. “I note that not all of the tanks presented participated in the Great Patriotic War. Nevertheless, each of them contributed to the defense of our country,” the deputy metro chief added.

Cost: 100 rub.

There are 10 USSR tanks to choose from: T-34-85, T-54, BT-7, IS-2, IS-3, IS-7, KV-2, MS-1, SU-100, SU-152.

  • “Troika” – rechargeable transport card used to pay for public transport in Moscow. Introduced after changing the tariff system for the use of urban transport in Moscow on April 2, 2013.

** The promotion will end when the entire World of Tanks Steel Brotherhood collection of Troika cards is sold out. In total, 100 thousand cards are issued.

In late May, Mosmetro launched the sale of limited edition Troika cards. The works of contemporary artists were depicted.

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4 thoughts on “WoT RU – Moscow Subway Cards

  1. Do you have any readers from Russia that might be interested? Any at all?
    Yes, they are cute, but nobody here is going to take a trip to Moscow for the tickets.

    1. These can gain value as collector’s items, someone will definitely put them up for sale on eBay and the like.

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