Score a Free Ticket on Florida's Brightline Thanks to Its BOGO Sale This Week — Here's the Promo Code

And it's not an April Fool's joke.

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High-speed rail company Brightline is putting Orlando tickets on sale with a buy one, get-one-free offer on both its Smart and Premium fares — and it's not a prank.

The sale, which must be booked by April 6, is valid on travel to or from Orlando through May 31, Brightline shared with Travel + Leisure. To book, travelers must use the promo code “NOJOKE24” in the search box.

The sale represents the first time Brightline is offering a BOGO deal for its Premium tickets.

“This deal is the perfect time to try Brightline PREMIUM,” Barbara Drahl, the SVP of marketing and commercial strategy for Brightline, told T+L. “It’s an opportunity for our loyal guests and those new to Brightline to elevate their travel experience between Orlando and South Florida.”

To take advantage of the sale, passengers must book at least seven days in advance of traveling.

Brightline first launched in 2018 with service between West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami, but has since expanded and added its newest route between Miami and Orlando late last year. The ride between the two cities takes about 3 hours and 30 minutes.

The company plans to add its latest station on the Treasure Coast in Stuart, Florida, in the second half of 2026.

Brightline offers the choice of “Smart” or “Premium” fares, and all Brightline trains come with complimentary onboard Wi-Fi. As an added bonus, Premium tickets include perks like a dedicated lounge at the departure station, priority boarding, checked luggage, and complimentary snacks and beverages.

In addition to the sale, Brightline also offers several multi-use passes like the All-Station Shared Pass, which comes with access to each of Brightline’s stations, including Orlando; and the SoFlo Solo Pass, which includes access to south Florida stations.

Beyond Florida, the rail company is starting work in southern California to create a rail corridor connecting the state with Las Vegas.

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