Low one-way fares available between Philadelphia and select cities
WASHINGTON – Amtrak announces a three-day sale on select destinations on its popular Northeast Regional train service. Passengers can take advantage of low one-way rail fares for travel between Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., Baltimore or Boston.
Travel between Washington and Philadelphia is just $26 each way, between Baltimore and Philadelphia is $25 each way and between Boston and Philadelphia is $47 each way. The sale is available for purchase Sept. 24 through Sept. 26 for travel between Oct. 29 and Nov. 21, 2013.
The Amtrak Northeast Regional service offer affordable and convenient travel options along the Northeast Corridor. This offer is valid online only at Amtrak.com and is valid for coach travel only. Fares are subject to availability. Other restrictions apply
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