Philadelphia's regional transit agency is selling transit passes for Pope Francis' visit through the same online lottery it used for commuter rail passes.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority said Friday it will accept requests for the three-day transit passes all day Wednesday.
Winners will be notified via email.
The $10 passes will be required for the Norristown High Speed Line and trolley routes 101 and 102.
Riders can purchase up to 10 passes. They must select the stations they're riding from and a time window when they'll be traveling.
Customers will be able to enter their requests anytime Monday, so there will be no reason to rush immediately to the site at midnight.
SEPTA says about 20,000 tickets remained unsold from this week's commuter rail lottery.