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Interrail flash 50% off one, two and three-month passes
Valid for travel on most European trains and some ferriesExpired
Interrail Global Passes give you unlimited travel on national railways and some ferry lines within 32 European countries (excludes the UK other than to exit/enter) over a certain period of time.
Occasionally Interrail offers 10%-15% off passes, but until 11.59pm on Wed 11 May, it's offering 50% off one, two or three-month passes online at Interrail by National Rail* to mark its 50th anniversary. The deal was originally due to end on Tue 10 May, but it's been extended by 24 hours.
No code is needed as the discount has already been applied. Delivery's £10 for a paper pass, or you can get a mobile pass.
These passes aren't cheap, so this rare 50% off can make a great saving. For example, a solo traveller aged 27 or under can get a one-month pass for £211 (normally £423), or a family Global Pass for two adults and two children valid for one month is £562 (normally £1,162) – children up to the age of 11 travel free.
Here are the discounted standard/second-class pass prices:
Travel Youth (27 or under) Adult (28-59) Senior (60+) Family (2 adults, 2 kids) 1 month £211 (norm £423) £281 (norm £563) £253 (norm £507) £562 (norm £1,126) 2 months £230 (norm £461) £307 (norm £615) £277 (norm £554) £614 (norm £1,230) 3 months £285 (norm £570) £379 (norm £759) £341 (norm £683) £758 (norm £1,518)
First-class passes are also discounted as follows:
Travel Youth (27 or under) Adult (28-59) Senior (60+) Family (2 adults, 2 kids) 1 month £281 (norm £563) £375 (norm £750) £338 (norm £676) £750 (norm £1,500) 2 months £307 (norm £615) £410 (norm £820) £369 (norm £739) £820 (norm £1,640) 3 months £379 (norm £759) £505 (norm £1,011) £455 (norm £910) £1,010 (norm £2,022)
The passes aren't refundable, but you've got up to 11 months from the date of purchase to start using it.
Where can I travel?
The Global Pass allows you to travel through the following 32 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.
While the UK is part of the scheme, the passes aren't valid in your country of residence, but you can make one outbound journey to the border in order to start using your Global Pass and one inbound journey at the end of your travels. See more details in this Interrail information PDF, and full FAQs online at Interrail.
Many High-Speed trains (such as the TGV or AVE trains) and Overnight Sleeper trains can be used, but you'll have to pay additional ‘pass holder supplements’ for seat/sleeper berth reservations on them.
15% off Global InterRail train passes
No code needed. Online only.Expired
Planning to travel across Europe this Spring or Summer? My InterRail* are currently offering 15% off global train passes until Tue 31 Mar, for travel between Sun 1 Feb and Sat 16 May. Delivery's £10.
These passes aren't cheap, so 15% off can make you a great saving. The lowest fare for an adult is £126 (was £149) for travel over 10 days - but that's just for those of you lucky enough to be 25 or under. We've outlined the rest of the discounted prices below:
Travel Youth (12-25) Adult (26-59) Senior (60+) Child (4-11) 5 days within 10 days £126 £177 £159 Free 10 days within 22 days £187 £253 £228 Free 15 days £216 £279 £252 Free 22 days £240 £327 £294 Free 1 month £310 £422 £424 Free
Where can I travel?
The global pass allows you to travel through the following 29 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.
The Global pass can't be used in the UK, as it’s not valid in your country of residence.