Limited-time fares start at $39 + the cost of a vehicle
WASHINGTON – Amtrak is launching a sale for travelers who want to skip the hassle and stress of driving on I-95 between the Northeast and Florida by taking the train with their vehicle aboard Auto Train. Now through Nov. 28, 2023, tickets are available for travel in Coach as low as $39 or a First Class private room as low as $239—plus the cost of a vehicle.
Customers traveling in Coach enjoy wide, reclining seats with ample legroom, no middle seat and a large window to enjoy the view. Plus, all Auto Train Coach interiors have now been refreshed with new seating cushions and upholstery, carpeting and window curtains. Prior to arrival, a complimentary continental breakfast is served.
For extra comfort and additional privacy, travelers can upgrade to a First Class private room. Accommodation options include a Roomette—featuring two comfortable seats that transform into upper and lower beds by night—or a Bedroom offering twice the space of a Roomette as well as an in-room sink, restroom and shower. All First Class customers receive priority boarding, a dedicated attendant and complimentary meals onboard—now featuring a new hot breakfast menu served prior to arrival. Selections include a bacon, egg and cheese souffle, an egg white breakfast sandwich and a continental breakfast.
One-way fares for this limited-time sale are available as low as:
|Limited-Time Fares*||One traveler||Two travelers^|
|*Plus the cost of a vehicle
^Double occupancy required for Roomettes and Bedrooms
The offer is valid for northbound travel from Sanford, Fla., to Lorton, Va., Nov. 27, 2023 – March 21, 2024, and southbound travel from Lorton, Va., to Sanford, Fla., from Jan. 15 – June 30, 2024. A one-day advance purchase is required. Blackout dates and other restrictions apply. To see full details and book, visit Amtrak.com/AutoTrainSale.
The Amtrak Auto Train offers daily, non-stop service between Lorton, Va., (near Washington, D.C.) and Sanford, Fla. (near Orlando). Customers can travel with several types of vehicles—including cars, vans, SUVs and motorcycles. This is the only such service in the U.S. and eliminates nearly 900 miles of driving between the Northeast and Florida.