Amtrak is offering a HUGE discount for you and your friends this summer

Apr 25 2019, 2:03 am

Amtrak has introduced a new group discount for travel across their national network this summer, so that you can bring all your friends along on your next adventure.

You can now get up to 35% off with ShareFares when travelling with up to four people. So your chance to bring your friends along to enjoy the ride has — literally — arrived.

The more people you bring, the more money you save, with the fare structure as follows:

  • Passenger 1 – full price
  • Passenger 2 – 15% off full price
  • Passenger 3 – 60% off full price
  • Passenger 4 – 70% off full price

This everyday discount is available for purchase starting on Wednesday, April 24 for travel beginning on April 27. All bookings require a reservation three days in advance.

“At Amtrak, we believe the journey is the most important part of the adventure,” said Amtrak President and CEO Richard Anderson. “Recognizing the desire for customers to get more out of every moment, we’ve put significant investments into our stations, equipment, and infrastructure to improve the overall experience and give our customers the opportunity to rediscover train travel.”

The discounts are available on select routes along the West coast through Seattle and California, as well as the East Coast, including Washington, DC to Boston, Mass. Some of the company’s most popular trains are available to ride: California Zephyr, Capitol Limited, City of New Orleans, Cardinal, Empire Builder, Southwest Chief, Texas Eagle, Coast Starlight, Lake Shore Limited, Palmetto, Silver Star, Silver Meteor, and Crescent.

Enjoy the view of sprawling US landscapes along your route, and use the money you saved on your ticket to make the most of the trip once you reach your destination.

Visit Amtrak’s website for more details on the offer and to get the promo code.

Now comes the hard part — who are you sharing your adventure with?

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