For many of our short-distance routes (see below), you can purchase Multi-Ride Tickets. These tickets let you ride multiple times within a set amount of time.
|Northeast Regional||Newport News - Richmond - Washington, DC - New York - Boston|
|Keystone Service||Harrisburg - Philadelphia - New York|
|Downeaster||Boston - Portland|
|Empire Service||New York - Albany-Rensselaer|
|Hiawatha||Chicago - Milwaukee|
|Illinois Zephyr, Carl Sandburg||Chicago - Galesburg - Quincy|
|Lincoln Service||Chicago - St. Louis|
|Missouri River Runner||St. Louis - Kansas City|
|Illini, Saluki||Chicago - Carbondale|
|Wolverine||Chicago - Detroit - Pontiac|
|Blue Water||Chicago - East Lansing - Port Huron|
|Pere Marquette||Chicago - Grand Rapids|
|Heartland Flyer||Oklahoma City - Fort Worth|
|Amtrak Cascades||Portland - Eugene|
|Amtrak Cascades||Seattle - Mt. Vernon - Bellingham|
|San Joaquin||San Francisco/Oakland - Fresno - Bakersfield - Los Angeles|
|Capitol Corridor||San Jose - Oakland/San Francisco - Sacramento - Auburn|
San Luis Obispo - Santa Barbara - Los Angeles - Orange County - San Diego
|Carolinian||Charlotte - Greensboro - Raleigh - Rocky Mount|
|Piedmont||Charlotte - Raleigh|
Multi-Ride Tickets are not available for purchase onboard trains.
Restrictions vary by route and destination. Multi-Ride Tickets may not be used on long-distance trains, certain segments of short-distance trains or Acela Express trains.
Please consult an Amtrak ticket or reservations sales agent for further details.
Yes, but with restrictions. See Refund and Exchange Policy for more information.
No. Multi-ride tickets (monthly, 10-ride, 6-ride etc.) may only be used by the passenger whose name is on the ticket. However, on the following routes only, more than one person may use a 10-ride ticket at one time. The person named on the ticket must be one of the passengers traveling and all passengers must travel together.