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[[User:Guaka|guaka]] has had okay results with taking a local bus (Kavim 168 and some others) to the Tsomet Aluf Zede junction in Ramat Gan. <!-- Road 44 seems an option, but Derech Ben Tsvi out of Jaffa doesn't seem great . --> ''Please add more info.''
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If 14.5NIS (3 Euro) is only a tiny part of your daily budget and you're not addicted to hitchhiking there is not really a good reason to go hitchhike - as the bus from Tel Aviv is pretty cheap.
# The La Guardia on ramp south. Basically, anyone going South will take you to a better spot.
# Take bus 475 from Tel Aviv central bus station, and ask the driver for a ticket till "El-Al junction" (11.7 NIS). The bus will pass the "Airport offices", and the next station is where you should get off. From the bus station you just descended to, it is possible to hitchhike south towards Beer Sheva. You go south on Road 40#, don't take a ride which diverts from this road, and you will get to Beer Sheva. (The last few kms are considered road 406, so don't worry about it).
If someone offers a ride to [[Ben Gurion]] airport
(the train ride cost 12.5NIS, and the bus to Jerusalem costs 18.5NIS) you can just take it, make sure to have a sign in English with Jerusalem and hitch at the terminal.