Tickets must be booked by Nov. 15.
Save big on holiday travel this season with Amtrak’s winter flash sale offering discounted fares across the country to popular destinations from New York and Boston to Chicago and beyond.
The sale, which must be booked by Nov. 15, is available for travel from Dec. 4 through March 15, 2024, according to the rail company. The sale is valid on most Amtrak routes nationwide and includes no blackout dates.
“As we head into the holiday season and in parallel with our recently updated fare structure, we’re excited to offer customers access to incredible deals when booking their winter travel,” Amtrak Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer Eliot Hamlisch said in a statement. “Whether visiting family and friends, hitting the slopes, or traveling for business, customers can relax in Amtrak’s spacious reclining seats with plenty of legroom and no middle seat.”
In the Northeast, travel from Baltimore to Philadelphia, from Baltimore to Washington D.C., or from Boston to Providence starting as low as $4 one-way. Or head from Baltimore to Boston for as low as $28 one-way and from New York to Washington D.C. for as low as $17 one-way.
In the Midwest, travelers can journey from Chicago to Minneapolis starting at just $34 one-way, travel from Chicago to Denver starting at just $58 one-way, or travel all the way from Minneapolis to Seattle starting at just $83 one-way. Or head up and down the West Coast with trains from Denver to Sacramento starting at just $98 one-way and trains from Los Angeles to Portland starting at just $82 one-way.
The sale is valid on all routes except Amtrak’s Ethan Allen, Vermonter, Hiawatha, San Joaquins, Pacific Surfliner, and 7000-8999 Thruway services. The sale is valid for coach or Acela Business class tickets only and upgrades are not allowed.
Travelers also can’t make changes to their tickets once purchased, and cancellations are subject to a 50 percent cancellation fee.
The sale comes weeks after Amtrak detailed changes to its fare structure, going from three fare classes down to two: “value” and “flex.” It also comes as Amtrak has expanded its “Night Owl” fares, offering tickets as low as $5 on routes up and down the Northeast Corridor, varying by distance.
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