Multi-Ride Tickets & Rail Passes

Multi-Ride Tickets allow you to take multiple trips using one ticket within a set amount of time.

The monthly ticket is valid for unlimited travel between the origin and destination stations you select, and all stations in between, for an entire calendar month.

BUY A MONTHLY TICKET

The six-ride student pass is valid for a 365-day period. On Capitol Corridor trains between San Jose and Auburn, the pass is valid for all students with student ID. On Downeaster trains between Boston, MA - North Station and Brunswick, ME, the pass is valid only for students with a college ID. On San Joaquins trains between the San Francisco Bay Area/Sacramento to Bakersfield/Southern California, the pass is valid for all students with student ID.

BUY A SIX-RIDE TICKET

The ten-ride ticket is valid for ten rides within a 45-day, 60-day or 180-day period depending on your origin and destination stations.

BUY A TEN-RIDE TICKET

Keep Track of Ride History

After retriving your six- and ten-ride ticket on Amtrak.com or in the app you'll be able to see a summary of the number of remaining rides, with additional information including the date, time and service used for each trip.

You can also review the number of rides remaining on your six- and ten-ride tickets by scanning your eTicket at any Quik-Trak kiosk.

Multi-Ride Ticket Refunds

Refund rules vary depending on the type of ticket purchased, whether a ticket has been used already and when the refund request is made. See Refund and Exchange Policy for more information.

Multi-Ride Tickets Are Not Transferable

Multi-ride tickets 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 ten-ride ticket at one time. The person named on the ticket must be one of the passengers traveling and all passengers must travel together.

  • Pacific Surfliner
  • Amtrak Cascades (Eugene, OR - Portland, OR only)
  • Heartland Flyer

For Which Routes Can I Purchase Tickets?

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Multi-Ride Tickets are available for travel on many routes, but restrictions vary by route, destination and time of day. Multi-Ride Tickets may not be used on long-distance trains, certain segments of short-distance trains or Acela trains. View Multi-Ride Restricted Trains

Northeast
Northeast Regional
Boston - New York - Washington, DC - Roanoke/Richmond - Norfolk/Newport News
Keystone Service
Harrisburg - Philadephia - New York
Downeaster
Boston (BON) - Brunswick (BRK)
Empire Service
New York - Albany - Rensselaer
Midwest
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
Okalahoma City - Fort Worth
West
Amtrak Cascades
Portland - Eugene
Amtrak Cascades
Seattle - Mt. Vernon - Bellingham
San Joaquins
San Francisco/Oakland - Fresno - Bakersfield - Los Angeles
Capitol Corridor
San Jose - Oakland/San Francisco - Sacramento - Ashburn
Pacific Surfliner
San Luis Obispo - Santa Barbara - Los Angeles - Orange County - San Diego
South
Carolinian
Charlotte - Greensboro - Raleigh - Rocky Mount
Piedmont
Charlotte - Raleigh