There was initially some misinformation spread about the cost of the card and what denomination would yield the Supreme card. The traditional yellow MetroCards are $1 apiece, and the fare for one subway or bus ride is $2.75, unless you purchase a special deal.
The limited-run Supreme card sells for $5.50. That price includes two swipes, but riders can load more money onto the card. They can be purchased at Supreme stores and the following subway stations: Broadway-Lafayette, Queens Plaza, Marcy Avenue, Atlantic Avenue, Prince Street, Spring Street, Union Square, and the 125th Street 2/3 train.
One MTA worker previously said the Supreme cards were only available if customers purchased $75 cards, but the @NYCTSubway account confirmed that the cards could be purchased for any denomination.