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.
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WASHINGTON – Amtrak is making it even easier to see America this fall with its September Sale, offering customers 50% off ticket purchases nationwide. Starting Friday, Aug. 16, through Saturday, Aug. 17, customers can kick off Labor Day weekend with half-off tickets for nationwide travel between Sept. 1 and Sept. 30, 2019, with no blackout dates.
Get carried away and share the experience with up to 45% off travel
WASHINGTON – Amtrak announced its new and improved Share Fares deal, offering up to 45% off Amtrak travel. Inspiring customers to travel together with friends and loved ones, Amtrak now offers discounts for up to six passengers as part of its Share Fares deal. The deal was previously available for four passengers and provided up to a 35% discount.
WASHINGTON, D.C – (July 30, 2019) – Amtrak Guest Rewards® recently rolled out a new benefit for Amtrak Guest Rewards® Mastercard® cardholders. New and existing cardholders will now get up to a 20% rebate, in the form of statement credit, on onboard food and beverage purchases when they use their card.
Plan your upcoming end of summer, fall break and holiday travel with change to spare during Amtrak’s Get Lost in the Ride sale beginning July 30 – Aug. 1. Book day trips, business trips or relaxing vacations at a 40% discount anywhere along the Northeast Corridor, between Virginia and Boston as well as Niagara Falls and Vermont, for travel beginning August 11 through January 31.
Amtrak is inviting customers to experience the comfort and convenience of a sleeping car aboard the Auto Train. The time to book has never been better with our latest sale: one person in a group of two can travel for free. This sale is for a Roomette or Bedroom and is available exclusively on Amtrak.com from July 22 to July 29. The special offer is valid for travel from Jan. 15 to March 22, 2020.
OSTON, Mass. – Amtrak’s Downeaster train – which runs from Boston’s North Station through New Hampshire to Maine – is offering a variety of travel deals for Summer 2019. Visitors can skip the hassle of driving and parking and save big when you ride the rails to Maine.
For a limited time, a special fare for $89 one-way, plus the cost of the vehicle, is available for purchase beginning on July 15.
WASHINGTON – Make the most of the second-half of 2019, and get a jump start on 2020, by traveling to new cities or revisiting a favorite place. Whether going to the festival you’ve always wanted to experience, traveling to cheer on your favorite team, or visiting family over the holiday season, customers can take advantage of the return of Amtrak’s popular sale, “Amtrak Across America.” Lasting only four days, customers can save 40% on their next trip when booking between Tuesday, July 9 and Friday, July 12. The sale is valid on trips between Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019 and Friday Jan. 31, 2020, and has no blackout dates, allowing travelers to save for popular travel periods like Labor Day Weekend, Thanksgiving, and the winter holiday season.
NEW YORK – It’s time to spend less and see more of what New York has to offer. In celebration of the 45th anniversary of the Adirondack train, New York residents and visitors can receive 45 percent off a companion ticket when they purchase a full-priced adult ticket on the Adirondack. Additionally, customers who show their Amtrak ticket to or from Ticonderoga, NY (station code FTC) at Fort Ticonderoga’s ticket office throughout July and August will receive free access to the numerous attractions and experiences on land and water at the iconic fort and historic site that dates back to the 18th century.