Flood gates closed and trackwork finished means Buy One, Get One fares with the return of Amtrak trains in Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee
NEW ORLEANS – Since early May, a combination of floodgates opened on a spillway near New Orleans, other route restrictions and scheduled track improvements has resulted in a summer of disruption that is finally ending for Amtrak City of New Orleans customers in Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. To celebrate the restoration of full service by Trains 58 & 59, Amtrak is offering a buy-one, get-one (BOGO) fare for coach and sleeping car customers traveling to or from all our stations between Memphis and New Orleans.
“All of that is behind us, so now let’s celebrate by thanking our customers and the Amtrak team that rode and worked through these disruptions,” said Nick Genevish, Director, Amtrak Long Distance Service Line. “We don’t do BOGO fares for coach and sleeping car customers simultaneously very often, so this is an exciting offer to welcome back our customers to and from Memphis, Jackson and New Orleans, plus the intermediate stops in Hammond, McComb, Brookhaven, Hazelhurst, Yazoo City, Greenwood and Marks.”
Sample fares as low as those below are for two adult customers for travel through September in coach or sharing a Roomette if they are purchased as one reservation at least three days before travel using Discount Code V512. See details and book by Aug. 31 at Amtrak.com/citybogo.
|City Pairs||Two Customers in Coach, each way||Two Customers in a Roomette, each way|
|Chicago – Memphis||$109||$197|
|Chicago – Jackson||$125||$232|
|Chicago – New Orleans||$135||$269|
|Champaign-Urbana – New Orleans||$121||$225|
|Carbondale – New Orleans||$106||$207|
|Memphis – New Orleans||$62||$155|
|Jackson – New Orleans||$28||$84|
Meals including soft beverages, salads and desserts are included in the fares for sleeping car customers. Coach customers are invited to purchase meals, snacks and beverages while aboard the trains.
For More Information
- Amtrak Contact
- 312 544.5390
Amtrak offers a more comfortable and convenient travel experience with free Wi-Fi on most trains, plenty of leg room and no middle seat. With our state and commuter partners, we move people, the economy and the nation forward, carrying more than 30 million Amtrak customers for each of the past eight years. Amtrak operates more than 300 trains daily, connecting more than 500 destinations in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian Provinces, and reaches 400 additional destinations via connecting bus routes. Book travel, check train status, access your eTicket and more through the Amtrak app. Learn more at Amtrak.com.