Ride the Northeast Corridor in style for as little as $24
Before you head back to school, log onto Amtrak.com and take advantage of our 3-Day Flash Sale to book a ticket for travel this Fall between some of the most popular cities on the East Coast.
Ride Amtrak Northeast Regional service between New York and Boston for as little as $38 each way; New York and Philadelphia for $28; Baltimore and Philadelphia for $24. Additional city pairs can be found on Amtrak.com.
Tickets are on sale for a limited time – Tuesday, Aug. 9 through Thursday, Aug. 11 – and must be purchased via Amtrak.com. Travel can be completed anytime between Sept. 13 and Oct. 6.
Amtrak is a comfortable, convenient and enjoyable way to travel the Northeast Corridor and beyond. Northeast Regional trains are equipped with café cars offering sandwiches, salads, snacks and hot and cold beverages, including a variety of wine, beer and soda. The popular Quiet Car provides a library-like atmosphere to relax or focus on an important project, and most trains now allow pet owners to travel with small dogs or cats.
Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable. Others restrictions may apply.
Amtrak – America’s Railroad® – is dedicated to safe and reliable mobility as the nation’s intercity passenger rail service provider and its high-speed rail operator. With our state and commuter partners, we move people, the economy and the nation forward, carrying more than 30 million Amtrak passengers for each of the past five years. Formally known as the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Amtrak is governed by a nine member board of directors appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Anthony R. Coscia is board chairman and Jeffrey R. Moreland is vice chairman. Amtrak operates more than 300 trains daily – at speeds up to 150 mph (241 kph) – connecting more than 500 destinations in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian Provinces. Learn more at Amtrak.com or call 800-USA-RAIL for schedules, fares and other information. Check us out at blog.Amtrak.com, Like us on Facebook.com and Follow us on Twitter @Amtrak.