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Amtrak Fare Sale: Book a Roomette, Bring a Friend for Free

Looking for a unique way to see the United States? Plan a journey on board an overnight long-distance Amtrak train, book a private Roomette, and you can bring along a companion for free.

Perhaps a trip through the Rockies? Along the coast of the Pacific Ocean or through Big Sky of Montana? The sale is available through July 17, 2020, for travel from July 13, 2020, through September 30, 2020.

Long-distance trains include the Coast Starlight between Los Angeles and Seattle, the City of New Orleans between Chicago and New Orleans, the Lake Shore Limited between Chicago, Boston, and New York. Private sleeping accommodations can be found on nine additional routes throughout the country.

To receive this discount, use the Fare Finder from this page or enter code V306 when booking a trip on the Amtrak app. The offer is subject to availability and is available on most long-distance trains excluding the Auto Train. An advanced reservation of at least 3 days is required and with all sales, other restrictions may apply.

Roomettes feature two comfortable seats by day that convert to upper and lower berths by night. Each room includes a big picture window, fresh towels and linens, and access to a private restroom and shower in your car. A dedicated sleeping car attendant provides turndown service, assists with meals, and helps with luggage. Roomette passengers receive complimentary lounge access at major stations and complimentary meals onboard. Two passengers can travel together one-way for as low as:

Pairing CitiesRoomette
New York, NY – Savannah, GA$416
Washington, DC – Chicago, IL$319
Chicago, IL – Denver, CO$365
Oakland, CA – Seattle, WA$352
Atlanta, GA – New Orleans, LA$243
Chicago, IL – Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN$193
Boston, MA – Chicago, IL$402

Visit Amtrak.com for more information.

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