Earn rewards for smart commuting

Earn points for every trip you make on BART using your Clipper card, and up to six times the points for trips that start outside the morning rush. Redeem your points for small cash rewards or try the Spin to Win game for the chance to win up to $100. Rewards are paid out monthly via PayPal. BART Perks is a test program that will conclude in February 2017. Visit the FAQs.

How to earn points

You accrue 17 points for each trip you travel on BART*, and extra points for trips that begin during bonus hours. Earn even more points during bonus hours based on your program status—3x, 4x, 5x or even 6x points!

*The pilot program began with a point per mile reward system. We are currently testing a new way of rewarding commuters — where you are eligible to earn the same number of points for every weekday trip regardless of how long your trip is.

Day of week Tap-in time Points earned
Monday to Friday Other
Before 6:30 a.m.
17 points per trip
Bonus
6:30 a.m. — 7:30 a.m.
Dependent on your status:
51 points per trip
68 points per trip
85 points per trip
102 points per trip
Rush
7:30 a.m. — 8:30 a.m.
17 points per trip
Bonus
8:30 a.m. — 9:30 a.m.
Dependent on your status
(see above)
Other
After 9:30 a.m.
17 points per trip
Saturday and Sunday 17 points per trip

Your participation and your privacy

When you join BART Perks, you are agreeing to share a limited amount of your past and present commute history, specifically, the time and distance of your trips. BART and the San Francisco County Transportation Authority may use anonymized participant travel data to understand commute patterns and evaluate the pilot program. For more information, please view the User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

About BART Perks

BART Perks is a six month test program being offered by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority and BART to explore new ways to reduce crowding. The goal of the program is to test whether crowding can be reduced by offering riders incentives for traveling outside the morning rush. The program is funded primarily by through a grant from the Federal Highway Administration, and the program design is based on successful implementation of similar programs around the world. Download the program fact sheet.