Amtrak BOGO Fall Sale Offers Train Fares From $30

Amtrak’s BOGO Fall Sale Offers Train Fares From $30

Want to check out as much of New England’s fall foliage as possible this year? With this Amtrak buy-one-get-one-free sale – with fares as low as $30 with thanks to new discounts – you can! Grab a friend or partner and avail of this Amtrak BOGO fall sale today. Make your dream fall getaway a reality – for a fraction of the price.

Everything we know about Amtrak’s BOGO fall sale

According to Amtrak’s website you can: “buy one ticket on the Northeast Regional or Acela, and bring a companion for free.”

The Amtrak BOGO fall sale is on between now and September 30, 2020 but is valid on travel between now and December 12, 2020. However, travel on Fridays and Sundays is excluded. The sale applies to Acela and Northeast Regional trains throughout the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Virginia. So if hiking isn’t your jam, and you’d rather sit back and relax while enjoying some fall foliage then just hop on a train!

Most fares on Acela trains are priced under $100 which would be just $50 each for you and a friend with thanks to the BOGO fall sale. So which will it be? Richmond to Washington, DC? Boston to New York? New York to Philly? Philly to DC? Amongst many more deals. Take your pick!

Worried about train travel during the pandemic? Amtrak’s website assures that “Amtrak offers spacious seating, no middle seats, plenty of legroom, and four bags for free. And with a suite of enhanced cleaning procedures and safety measures, like masks required policy, enhanced cleaning, fresh air exchange every 4 – 5 minutes, you can rest easier along the way.” Passengers can now also see how full their train will be in real-time while booking tickets which is great for social distancing.

Love that train life? Check out The 7 Best Train Trips To Take In Canada.

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Alana Laverty
Alana Laverty

A journalist from Ireland, you'll find Alana hunting down the best soup dumplings in NYC or refusing to drink Aperol Spritz from anything smaller than a pint glass. Probably both.

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