Download any BritRail England Flexible or Consecutive Pass directly to your phone and save on the shipping cost. With the M-Pass there’s no need to wait in the ticket line, simply scan the barcode and you can enter the train platform. This pass can also be printed in the PDF format in case of loss or theft. M-Passes are not eligible for the Saver discount. One free seat reservation is included with each Flexible M-Pass purchase.
If your focus falls on England, home to nine distinct regions including London, this pass will make it possible to include all the major attractions and cities on your itinerary. Hop on and off the trains as you wish!
You can buy a BritRail pass if you are not a UK resident.
Customers can select a first date of travel that is up to 11 months from the purchase date.
*Please note that discounts cannot be coupled with other discounts, only one discount per pass
If a paper pass is selected, this pass is printed on official railway ticket paper that will be shipped to you. You can select from the available shipping options during checkout. Please allow sufficient time to receive your pass before your departure
If an M-Pass is selected, an email with an activation link will be sent. When you are ready to use the M-Pass, click the link to select your first day of use or travel dates. After you have completed the check-in, you will be able to download your M-Pass.
A seat reservation is optional but recommended in order to guarantee a seat on a specific train and time. Reserve a seat.
Note: Passengers who wish to upgrade a Standard Class BritRail Pass to First Class will need to pay the difference in excess between the Standard and First Class Ordinary Fare for the leg of the journey that has not been taken. This may be paid at the ticket office before boarding the train or to the ticket inspector on the train.
|John R. SiegelJune 26, 2019|
I've used BritRail passes for several years now and have been extremely pleased, especially with the First Class pass, which is particularly nice for longer trips (e.g., London to Edinburgh). In fact, just one round trip from London to Scotland more than pays for the entire pass! Britain is not cheap for travelers, but the BritRail pass is a huge bargain, with savings in money and, perhaps even more, convenience. You can "hop on" and "hop off" with no complications or mandatory seat reservations. I wouldn't think of going to the UK without one!
|CarraJune 02, 2019|
Using the M-pass was easy and really convenient. I love that with the Britrail passes I can take whatever train I need to, so if I miss one I can just grab the next one. This makes my traveling flexible so I can switch my schedule around on a moment's notice. Definitely worth the price, especially with as much as I use the trains when I'm in the UK.
|email@example.comMay 04, 2019|
As a solo traveler from the States, decided rail was a better idea than trying to drive on the wrong side of the road (!) and navigate at the same time. Followed directions and pass worked like a charm. Trains were on the dot departing and arriving. Had only one crowded segment to York on Saturday (soccer games). Very easy to get around and everything is clearly marked and explained--if there's any confusion, someone is happy to help. Would use the train and pass again.
|John RutherfordApril 05, 2019|
I purchased a Seniors 22 day consecutive England only Economy BritRail pass for use on a daily basis over a 21 day trip in March 2019. To reduce the accommodation costs I based myself about 30 minutes train travel from the main tourist locations. Every 3 or 4 days I would also use the BritRail pass for a 3 or 4 hour train trip to my next accommodation. I had no issues using the BritRail pass which was inspected by rail station staff and train conductors each trip because the BritRail pass does not have a magnetic strip. For identification purposes I always carried my drivers license but it was never needed. The BritRail pass allowed me to travel by train anytime of the day or night. I always found a non reserved seat no matter where and when I travelled. I did not complete a travel diary because the diary form attached to the BritRail pass lacked space for all my train trips. Completing an online diary required internet access which I did not have except for the occasional free WiFi. The BritRail pass was good value and very convenient. For those travelling by train on a Sunday I recommend you monitor where and when track maintenance is scheduled.
|Terrie RolphApril 04, 2019|
I bought the four day flex pass for my recent trip to England. It was easy to validate (on first use) and although you have to go directly to the rail attendant at the gates to get in and out, they were always there and smiling. While it's possible I could have hunted around for cheaper tickets for specific trains, I really appreciated the lack of stress of having to get a certain train. It gave me greater flexibility in my trip, allowing for serendipity. The pass, in my view, was excellent value.
|firstname.lastname@example.orgMarch 01, 2019|
BritRail pass is always an excellent value! My wife and I love having the convenience of the Brit Rail pass since we are not locked into times or days and can change our minds if we choose to travel somewhere else that day and/or jump on any train.
|email@example.comFebruary 15, 2019|
Excellent product to save money and travel easily across England with comfortable and on time trains!!
|JRDecember 02, 2018|
Will purchase again for next UK expedition. Exactly as advertised.
|Larryp71@gmail.comNovember 27, 2018|
I had a Eurail pass and travelled about in the UK in 1986, trains were great. This trip we ran into numerous situations where trains either weren’t running or in one case 48 minutes late. They were just fine when they were working. We had a flexi-pass and were in country traveling the width and breadth of the country. I hope this was just a limited occurrence and that it is not the norm.
|firstname.lastname@example.orgNovember 25, 2018|
First Class is definitely the way to go. For the little bit extra, it's well worth it. I had a 5 day pass (regular 4-day with a bonus day) but unfortunately only used it on three days because of family commitments. But it's the way to go, for sure! I was only on the East Coast Railways and they were fantastic. Definitely worth the money, considering you don't have to book in advance and can go wherever and whenever you please.