North Carolina’s Amtrak Offers Mid-Week $5 Kids Fare

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  • June 25, 2013

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Book now for summer travel

WASHINGTON – North Carolina’s Amtrak is offering a special mid-week $5 fare for kids to travel the rails this summer.

Book travel using promotional code V646 beginning on July 1 to Aug. 29, and take advantage of a special one-way $5 fare for children ages 2-15 to travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to and from any North Carolina destination. Terms and conditions apply.

Passengers can purchase tickets at stations, automated ticket kiosks at all stations or call 1-800-USA-RAIL or book online at Amtrak.com.

North Carolina’s Amtrak offers two daily routes for travelers who want to explore the many wonders of the state. The Piedmont travels between the vibrant commercial center of Charlotte and the state capital of Raleigh. The Carolinian covers the same route, with service extending up the East Coast to New York City.

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State-sponsored North Carolina’s Amtrak

The Piedmont and Carolinian trains are sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Transportation and operated by Amtrak. The service is paid for through state funding and passenger fares. North Carolina’s Amtrak fleet of two trains provides daily service to Raleigh, Greensboro, Charlotte, nine other North Carolina cities, and to the Northeast. Complete schedule information is available at bytrain.org. Reservations are required. Travelers should book early for best fares. Tickets can be purchased at station ticket windows, automated ticket kiosks at all stations or online at Amtrak.com.

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