Discounts for Passengers with Disabilities and Companions
Amtrak offers a 10% rail fare discount to adult passengers with a disability. Passengers with a disability travelling on Downeaster trains (Boston, MA to Portland, ME) are eligible for a 50% discount. Child passengers with a disability are eligible for the everyday 50% child discount plus an additional 10% off the discounted child's fare, regardless of the service on which they travel.
Amtrak also offers a 10% discount for persons traveling with a passenger with a disability as a companion. Those designated as companions must be 18 years of age or older.
Just select 'Passenger with Disability' or 'Companion' for each passenger as appropriate in Fare Finder at the beginning of your search and to receive the applicable discounts.
You must provide written documentation of your disability at the ticket counter and when boarding the train. Acceptable documentation includes:
- Transit system ID card for persons with a disability
- Membership card from a disability organization
- Letter from a physician
- Medicare card, if under 65
- Veteran's Administration ID with "Service Connected"
- Disabled/Accessible parking placard issued by a state Department of Motor Vehicle (photocopy is acceptable).
- The discount extended to passengers with disability and companions is not valid with Saver Fares and may not be combinable with other discount programs (senior, AAA, Student Advantage, NARP, etc.); refer to the terms and conditions for each offer or ask your reservations sales agent for further details about restrictions.
- On the Auto Train, only passengers traveling with their own wheeled mobility device (wheelchair or scooter) qualify for the passengers with disability discount.
- Additional restrictions may apply.