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BritRail England Pass

PAPER / E-TICKET
From$176
PAPER / E-TICKET
From$176
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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!

Valid for travel in England with Flexible or Consecutive durations. You can hop on and off the trains as you please!

Available Classes

You can choose between First and Standard Class. First Class offers more space and comfort and is mostly less busy.

Please note:  First Class is not offered on all services.  Local and regional services often only have Standard Class accommodation.

Seat Reservations

Seat Reservations are never mandatory in Britain but we do recommend them at peak times.

Where can the pass be used?
  • England
Eligibility

You can buy a BritRail pass if you are not a UK resident.

Pre-booking time

Customers can select a first date of travel that is up to 11 months from the purchase date.

Discounts

BritRail Saver Discount

Small groups between (3 to 9 people) can save up to 20% off regular prices when traveling together. Please note, Saver passes are only available in Paper format. M-Passes are not possible for this type of discounted pass

BritRail Family Discount

One child (ages 5-15) travels free when accompanying an adult or senior BritRail Pass holder. Additional kids get up to 50% off the regular adult. Children under 5 travel free and do not need a ticket.

BritRail Youth Discount

Youths between the ages of 16 and 25 (inclusive) receive a discount of up to 20%

BritRail Senior Discount

Senior 60 years and over receive up to 15% off

*Please note that discounts cannot be coupled with other discounts, only one discount per pass

Additional Details

Airport Express

With a BritRail Pass get access to Airport Express trains – the quickest way from London’s airports to central London – from Heathrow Airport to London Paddington Station, from Gatwick Airport to London Victoria Station and from Stansted Airport to London Liverpool Street Station. Traveling on Airport Express trains will count as a travel day on your BritRail Pass but, as with any other travel day, you can keep using your pass on as many trains as you like for the duration of the day

1st Class Passes

Some trains in Great Britain do not have 1st class accommodations. The price of 1st class passes have been adjusted to reflect this.

Pass Delivery

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.

Seat Reservations

Seat Reservations are never mandatory in Britain but we do recommend them at peak times.
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.

Please see our Terms and Conditions for Refund Rules regarding Rail Strikes.

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Mary BrownOctober 18, 2018
Traveling from the States, my husband and I love to use the train service in Europe. After a bit of time to understand the system, we were overall pleased with our experience with one exception There is VERY limited space for larger pieces of luggage which adds some stress to the experience.
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PattieLeaOctober 08, 2018
Each time we visit the United Kingdom, we purchase BritRail tickets because it is the easiest and quickest way to see the entire country. The train masters and conductors are always friendly and helpful. Had a jolly good time this year in Kent--southeast England.
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fielatutexto@gmail.comOctober 02, 2018
Second time I've used a Britrail Pass and very happy with it! You can jump on any train you like without having to make reservations (we travelled in low season, probably if you travel in high season you do need to book in advance.) For travellers carrying suitcases it is good to know that carriages have doors at platform level so you don't have to lift up your heavy luggage one, two or three steps up like in some other trains in continental Europe. It has been a very good experience which I hope to repeat in the future!
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rachnakatariya@gmail.comSeptember 28, 2018
We were a group of 5 and used the 8 day M Pass. It was a big saving as we were traveling by train throughout everyday. There was no issue regarding collection of the pass as it was emailed to us and we just downloaded it on our phones. It is valid on ALL overground train services. A brilliant service!
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IsabellaSeptember 25, 2018
I bought the BritRail M-Pass, and overall, I had a really awesome time traveling through England with it, seeing so many great places! However, there was one big downside: the whole british rail system doesn't seem to be ready for e-tickets yet. When I first showed the M-pass at a train station, I was told that this isn't a real ticket and I should try to get a refund. Buying an expensive ticket to Victoria Station in London, I was told that I have to print it out to get it validated, since the british rail isn't as modern yet as airports for example. Whenever I did show my printed and stamped version of this M-Pass, eyebrows were raised, however, they did let me go through. If you decide to get the M-pass, I would recommend printing out the pdf and going to a main train station where they know about the Britrail passes, so they can stamp your paper.
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jackeline.melanias@gmail.comSeptember 24, 2018
Using Britrail pass made my experience in England so much easier and cheaper, I could go anywhere without worry about tickets. I surely recommend it, and surely will buy it next time I go to England!
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Judy AndersonSeptember 23, 2018
Only one of my three, Brit Rail, First Class (FC) trips was what I'd expected. My first trip: I had a reserved seat. The "concierge" in the FC lounge in London directed me to the wrong train; the person checking my ticket sent me through, even though the train wasn't going to my destination; the very friendly servers knew where I was going and didn't bother to tell me that the train ended its run short of my destination. There was a last minute rush by me to get off and transfer to another platform! There was then a platform change and the other train was jammed: bank holiday--no food or drink service at all! It was still not the train I was supposed to be on, but, by some miracle, I got to my destination. Coming back--same holiday, the train was short two coaches: First Class was declassified and no one knew how Canadians could be compensated. My last, First Class trip, from a small city to London, was perfect--and what I'd expected of my other ones. Overall, the actual servers and workers were vey friendly and accommodating: it's not their fault that the system is so disorganized. Poor them! The British rail system seems quite chaotic: I learned to expect the worst. Take one's own food and drink because who knows? And get a reserved seat, FC because at least you'll likely have a seat and not have to stand for the whole trip.
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GeraldSeptember 10, 2018
We had 15-day M England Passes. They worked perfectly. Didn't use our smartphones but a simple printed version. Accepted everywhere, with some staff seeing such for the first time. We traveled mid-August, never booked and always had seats north to Hadrian's Wall and back down through Lake District, Chester and Cotswolds. We live in a remote part of the world so getting it by email was the icing on the cake. Many thanks.
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GrahamSeptember 08, 2018
A 1st class train ticket to any station in the UKfor just €60? That is fantastic value for anything more than a 30 minute trip. And... you get free food and drinks at some stations and in some trains. And the seats in 1st class are so much more comfortable than standing in 2nd class... And pity the people who pay for the running of the UK train network--UK taxpayers and rail passengers--because they cannot buy these tickets: they can only be purchased by holders of non-UK passports!
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exelby@online.noSeptember 07, 2018
Brit rail is really useful for getting around the place. I will no doubt use it again. It needs to be a bit clearer that the day it gets stamped at the rail office is counted as the first day of travel. So get yours stamped on the first day you use the ticket, not the day you arrive. It is also a pity that you have a flexi choice of either 4 days, or 8 days, and not 6. I used my 8-day pass 6 times, and this in practice meant that my journeys were more expensive. The mobile app is also a great idea - for those who have a smart-phone. The paper ticket needs to be fixed more securely to its folder. One staple is just not enough - use tape as well!
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