Amtrak RideReserve for Multi-Ride Tickets

With Amtrak RideReserve — all passengers traveling with monthly, ten-ride or six-ride tickets will be required to confirm their intended trip on reserved services through Amtrak.com, the Amtrak app or an Amtrak agent prior to boarding. This allows us to ensure a seat onboard for each passenger and to account for every passenger traveling with a multi-ride ticket prior to boarding; thus ensuring you have the safest and most comfortable journey possible.

We’ll also be able to improve our communications with multi-ride ticket holders to help you plan your travel in advance, with email, text and push travel notifications like gate and track notifications, delay notifications, schedule changes and disruption notices.
 

Making an Amtrak RideReserve confirmation is easy — just follow these four simple steps:

Find a Trip

Purchase a multi-ride ticket, retrieve your ticket and click "Find Trains."

Pick a Date

Pick a travel date and
select a direction of travel.

Choose a Trip

Select the train you plan to take from the trip options and click "Confirm."

Trip Confirmed

View your RideReserve confirmation. You're now ready to board.

Program Terms

  • Amtrak RideReserve confirmations can be made through Amtrak.com, the Amtrak app or an Amtrak Agent.
  • You can have up to two confirmations per travel day; once in each direction.
  • You can make confirmations as early as 14 days prior to your departure date or as late as your scheduled departure time through Amtrak.com or the Amtrak app or until your actual departure time via an Amtrak agent.
  • RideReserve confirmations initiated on Amtrak.com and the Amtrak app can only be made with an active multi-ride reservation containing a valid email address.
  • Only required on reserved services.
  • Seats may not be available on all trains at all times.
  • Your Multi-Ride ticket does not entitle you to travel without a RideReserve confirmation.
  • If you don’t use RideReserve to make your confirmation prior to boarding a train, you will be considered an unticketed passenger and current Amtrak Carriage of Passengers terms apply.