Earn double points on travel from Sept. 8 through Nov. 14
WASHINGTON – Train travel is an even better option this fall for Amtrak Guest Rewards® members who can earn more points towards free travel and other rewards with the “Double Days” promotion.
Amtrak Guest Rewards members can earn double points on qualifying Amtrak travel from Sept. 8 through Nov. 14.
Members can earn points on travel such as weekend getaways, trips to see fall foliage and travel to any of Amtrak’s 500 destinations.
To take advantage of the promotion, Amtrak Guest Rewards members should register online at AmtrakGuestRewards.com/DoubleDays.
Amtrak Guest Rewards members must provide their membership number when making a reservation to ensure they receive credit for all qualifying travel. Select Executive Tier members are auto-registered for the promotion.
Cancelled or refunded reservations and/or tickets are not eligible to receive bonus points. Members are limited to two one-way trips per day. Other terms and conditions may apply.
For more information or to enroll as an Amtrak Guest Rewards member today, visit AmtrakGuestRewards.com. Amtrak Guest Rewards members earn two points for every dollar spent on Amtrak travel, with a 100-point minimum, no matter the price. Members also have more than a thousand ways to earn additional points from transacting with our program partners and shopping in our online mall, Points for Shopping. Free Amtrak travel starts at just 1,500 points.
To view a complete list of current Amtrak promotions, visit the Deals tab at Amtrak.com.
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