Whoa, this is awesome! Gas prices and airports or a month-long Amtrak pass?
Whether it's visiting friends, family, or just going on an adventure, you can see if this train thing tickles your fancy. Amtrak is making it easier to see New England and other regions around the country by train, thanks to a $200 discount on its USA Rail Pass.
Normally $499, it's now $299, and you can book 10 rides over 30 days and travel your heart out.
And the fact that we have our own Amtrak Downeaster with so many stations up and down the coast between Boston and Brunswick, Maine...it's easy to find that starting point and take advantage of local and regional travel or a future spring trip.
Hopefully you don't mind traveling coach while choosing some 500 destinations around the country. By the way, according to Travel and Leisure Magazine, there are absolutely no blackout dates. Woo hoo!
I've personally never ridden on an Amtrak except between New York City and Philly, so this is definitely a way to see if longer trips truly do feel more freeing on a train. It also makes vacations a bit easier and less stressful, as train enthusiasts say.
According to Amtrak, trains let you explore the country in a unique way and discover hidden gems.
You can literally travel anywhere Amtrak goes from sea to shining sea for 30 days, or just bum around New England, but make sure you buy the pass at this $299 deal by January 20, and use it within 120 days.