Enjoy savings on three California routes serving Northern California, the Central Valley, and Southern California. Trains offer onboard amenities and a comfortable ride as you take in the Golden State’s beautiful and diverse scenery. And thanks to California Everyday Discounts available for Pacific Surfliner, Capitol Corridor, and San Joaquins trains, you can save on your next trip to many of California’s top destinations.
The California Everyday Discounts are not valid on long-distance routes, including the California Zephyr, Coast Starlight, Southwest Chief, Sunset Limited and Texas Eagle. Terms and Conditions apply to these fares. Visit each discount page to read more and book a ticket with the special promotion code.
Kids Ride 50% Off
Experience the adventure of train travel with the family and save money while making memories on board. Children ages 2-12 ride half-price every day with a paid adult. Infants ages 2 and younger ride free.
Seniors Save 15%
Travelers ages 62 and older can receive a 15% discount on the regular (full) adult fare. Relax with comfortable seats, enjoy delicious food and drinks from the Café Car, and appreciate the stunning scenery.
Students Save 15%
With onboard WiFi, power outlets and bike racks, the train is a smart way to travel to the best destinations in California. Students between the ages of 13 and 25 with a valid student ID are eligible for 15% off the regular (full) adult fare.
Veterans Save 15%
U.S. Veterans and their spouses can enjoy a 15% savings on select routes in California, including the Pacific Surfliner, Capitol Corridor and San Joaquins.
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