Now Book Your Delhi Metro Tickets On WhatsApp With This New Ticket Booking System; Here’s How!

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Now Book Your Delhi Metro Tickets On WhatsApp With This New Ticket Booking System; Here’s How!

Delhi metro is not only India’s largest but also the sixth largest in the world. It witnesses over 6 million riders every single day! Crazy, isn’t it? Now imagine the huge lines for getting tickets! Tiring? What if we told you that you could easily book your Delhi metro tickets with just a few clicks? Yes, you can now easily book your tickets on WhatsApp with this new ticket booking system. 

Now Book Your Delhi Metro Tickets On WhatsApp

Now you can easily purchase your ticket to travel in the Delhi metro by just sending one message on Whatsapp. Yes, you read that right! In order to bring convenience to all metro riders, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has extended the WhatsApp ticket booking system across all lines.

Passengers can now easily purchase their Delhi metro tickets across all the networks. Here’s how you can book:

  1. Send a ‘Hi’ on +919650855800
  2. Next, you have to search for the station you want to go to.
  3. Add the number of tickets, source, and destination.
  4. Review your details and proceed to pay the amount displayed on the app.
  5. Now select your payment mode and pay.
  6. You will receive a QR code on your WhatsApp, along with all the other additional information. 

Now you can use this QR code to scan at both entry and exit points while using the Delhi Metro. 

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Reducing Wastage, Increasing Comfort

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This feature can help you book tickets on the extensive network of Delhi Metro, including 288 metro stations on all 12 lines. 

This E2E ticket booking experience aims to bring more ease and comfort to all passengers. It also aims at reducing the waste that takes place because of the QR code slips that are currently used. Before QR code slips, there were plastic coins used by passengers to commute. 

Passengers can use this new service from 4am to 11pm on the Airport Line or Orange Line. For all the other lines, the service can be used from 6am to 9pm.

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Have you tried it yet?

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