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Amtrak Offers 50% Off Flash Sale

Seattle to Santa Barbara. Omaha to Denver. Toledo to Washington, DC. Amtrak is offering a quick two-day flash sale to see America this fall.

The September Sale, offering customers 50% off ticket purchases nationwide, starts today and ends tomorrow (August 16-17, 2019). Customers can kick off Labor Day weekend with half-off tickets for nationwide travel between September 1-30, 2019, with no blackout dates.

Amtrak wants to inspire customers to get carried away on an adventure to destinations across the country. With experiences and memories that can be kept for a lifetime, Amtrak invites customers to share the experience with friends, families and loved ones for a trip this September. With the September 50% off sale, customers can travel one-way for as low as:


Chicago – St. Louis $16
Chicago – Kansas City$35
Boston – Chicago$58
Chicago – Washington DC$51

West Coast

Seattle – Portland $18
Seattle – Los Angeles$62
Los Angeles – Sacramento$37
Los Angeles – Portland$61
San Francisco – Los Angeles$33
San Francisco – Portland$46

East and Southeast

Washington DC – Charleston$55
New York – Savannah$70
New York – Atlanta$80
Lorton – Sanford (Auto Train)$56
Richmond – New York$52
Richmond – Philadelphia$37

The sale is available at, and all prices will be automatically discounted from the standard fare price. 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. This offer is valid for coach and Acela Business class seats only; no upgrades allowed. This offer if not combinable with any other discount offer. Once purchased tickets are non-refundable. Exchanges are permitted within the ticket validity period; a 25 percent cancellation fee applies.

Image: The California Zephyr climbing into the Rocky Mountains. Amtrak.

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