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WHAT ARE PAW POINTS?

What Are Paw Points?
A Paw Point is money added to your TigerCard (University I.D.) to be used at various locations around campus.

Why Should I Use Paw Points?
A Great Budgeting Tool
The Paw Points program is a great budgeting tool. By placing money on your card you can set aside the funds you will need to buy tickets, food, Princeton University apparel, photocopies and more.

Secure
Keeping cash on your TigerCard is a safe and secure way to have money to use around campus without carrying cash. Accounts are value-protected against loss and theft once a card is reported missing.

Convenient
You can leave your wallet at home. With Paw Points there is no need to carry cash or credit cards.

Debt-Free
Since Paw Points is not a charge account there will never be any surprise bills.

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