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Melburnians have had a touch of Willy Wonka added to their commute with a golden ticket on offer to those at Flinders Street station.
Commuters on Thursday morning are being handed 2000 chocolate bars with one lucky person getting a golden Myki, giving them free travel for a year.
Metro Trains says the promotion is a small thank you to commuters for their patience as level crossing removal works cause significant disruptions of the network.
Originally published as Melb commuter gets golden Myki in choc bar
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