January 9, 2014 Plan A Winter Getaway with Amtrak

Christina Leeds

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202 906.3860
Christina.Leeds@Amtrak.com

Save up to 20% on all long-distance train travel

WASHINGTON – Now through Jan. 27, Amtrak passengers can book a winter getaway for up to 20 percent off of one-way fares on every long-distance train route for travel between Jan. 22 and April 16, 2014.

The sale is valid on all 15 Amtrak long-distance trains. Seats and times are limited. To take advantage of these low one-way fares, reservations are required a minimum of seven days in advance before traveling. Tickets are non-refundable and some blackout dates apply. The discounted fare is only valid on coach seats and cannot be used on accommodation upgrades.

Below are just a few of the special one-way low fares available:

  • Chicago to Denver $93
  • Miami to New York $113
  • Seattle to Los Angeles $92
  • Philadelphia to Orlando $106
  • Portland to Los Angeles $90
  • New Orleans to Atlanta $59
  • San Francisco to Portland $69
  • St. Paul/Minneapolis to Chicago $53

Click here for a map or view the attached list of long-distance trains. For more information on all low fares offered during the January sale, visit Amtrak.com and click on Winter Sale, or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

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