Amtrak Offers 2-for-1 Valentine’s Day Sale

Amtrak wants to show customers how much we love them with its Valentine’s Day Buy One Get One Free Sale. Starting today through Monday, February 18, customers can buy one ticket and get the second one free for nationwide travel between March 25 and July 29, 2019, with no blackout dates.

Amtrak wants to show how much we love customers by offering a great way for customers and their loved ones to travel for a weekend away or on a leisurely vacation. From couples, to moms, to friends, to every loved one, Amtrak encourages individuals to give more than chocolates, flowers and valentines this year. Instead consider gifting a trip on Amtrak with a two for the price of one, Buy One Get One Free Sale. Two customers can travel together in coach for as low as:

Washington, D.C. – Charlotte $90San Francisco – Portland$92
Chicago – Kansas City$69Atlanta – Washington, D.C.$129
Boston – New York
New York – Washington, D.C.
Los Angeles – Portland$121Detroit – Chicago$39
Portland (ME) – Boston$29Seattle – Portland$35
Washington, D.C. – Orlando$135Chicago – New Orleans$135
*Fares will vary by train

The sale is available at, and all prices will be automatically discounted from the standard fare price. This offer is valid for travel on all reserved service. This offer is not valid on unreserved service, including the PennsylvanianKeystone ServiceCapitol CorridorHiawatha ServicePacific Surfliner and 7000-8999 Thruways. Fares are one way (adult) and no additional discounts apply. Adults must travel together and be booked in the same reservation. Valid for coach seats only; no upgrades allowed. This offer if not combinable with any other discount offer. Sale prices are not available at all times and on all routes. This offer is also subject to any restrictions, blackouts and refund rules that apply to the type of fare purchased, a 25 percent cancellation fee may apply. Please refer to discount code C125.

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