WageWorks - Instructions for more than $75
Step 1 - Get a Clipper Card and register it
Before you can place your transit order request with WageWorks, you will need to get a Clipper Card. Going forward, your transit passes will be loaded on your Clipper Card. There are multiple ways you can get a card:
Step 2 - Cancel Clipper orders
If you just bought your Clipper card and haven't used it yet, skip this step.
Before you place a transit order through WageWorks, you will need to cancel all transit orders in your Clipper account that you wish to order through WageWorks. If, for example, you have an order for a monthly Caltrain pass in your Clipper account, and you try to also order a monthly Caltrain pass in WageWorks, your order in WageWorks will not go through and you will not receive the County's $75 transit subsidy.
It is OK to set your Clipper card account to automatically load funds when your balance gets low. However, it is NOT OK to have the same transit order in Clipper as you do in WageWorks. Your Clipper order will always override your WageWorks order, and then you will not receive the subsidy.
Step 3 - Enroll with WageWorks
Step 4 - Order your transit pass
Your transit order will be transferred to your Clipper account by the 1st of the next benefit month, not immediately after completing your order.
Once your transit order has loaded to your Clipper account, you need to tag your card at any Clipper card reader. Only when you tag the card will your funds download to your card. Check the following link for details.
If you are ordering a Caltrain pass, you must have a minimum of $1.25 in Clipper E-cash on your card in order for the transit order to load. Click here for information on clipper card load problems.
You will receive an email confirmation. The information provided in the email is specific to your order, but also provides general pre-tax limit information. Since the County program is not combined with a payroll deduction, please disregard any references to pre-tax limits and payroll deductions. Your payroll deduction is calculated as zero and the County's $75 subsidy is offered in lieu of the pre-tax limit under this program.
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