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.
|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.
|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!
|email@example.comSeptember 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!
|J.SatmariaAugust 10, 2018|
The BritRail pass was a great value for us, as we used it to travel all over the country. It paid for itself pretty quickly and saved all the hassle of buying the right ticket for the right train at the right time. Definitely suggest making reservations once you are there for your key destinations-it's free when done from any ticket office. Watch riding on the weekends-trains are often cancelled, delayed or very crowded. Also, many stops only have stairs...bad for hauling luggage or those with mobility issues.
|NicoleAugust 09, 2018|
Buying a Britrail England Consecutive Pass enabled me to attend planned meetings in the north and catch up with family in the south-west, and also stay with dear friends in London and in the South around Brighton. It was great value for money for what I needed. The ability to scan your phone over the turnstile ticket readers is not quite there at all stations I visited though. But the video is right - if the self-scan doesn't work, station staff will waive you through on presentation of your mobile ticket. All in all, a great experience!
|Colin GarveyAugust 09, 2018|
The flexi pass is a great way to travel the UK when and where you will. If you are a senior then 1st class is best because the rail system is very overcrowded in UK now and if possible reserve your seat.
|DebraAugust 06, 2018|
Try and arrange your travel to be on weekdays after rush hour or commuter times. Travel on a Friday is likely to be very busy.
|CynthiaJuly 27, 2018|
I was so grateful to have found this pass during my travels. It was not only a really great deal financially, it was also really easy to use. It made traveling really convenient because I never had to worry about which train I was going to take or what would happen if I missed my train. Highly recommended to everyone!
|Don WilsonJuly 12, 2018|
I was travelling with my wife. We used flexipasses because of the convenience, and that was good. However, I purchased first-class passes, and I was most disappointed: on only one of the many trains we used was there anything providing the comfort we expected, for the first class accommodation differed from the other coaches only in that a piece of cloth was fixed to the back of the seats proclaiming them to be first class. That was the only difference: the seats were exactly the same. Very disappointing, and not at all worth the considerable additional charge. On the one occasion when there was a real first class, it was very comfortable, with free snacks provided. But on all the other trains I felt not only disappointed, but cheated. Hence my low ratings for 'Value' and 'Comfort'.
We are very sorry to hear that you did not fully enjoy your experience with the BritRail Pass. Depending on travel schedules and itinerary, the pass can offer some great value. With that said, we've taken note of your concerns with the BritRail Pass and we will provide the feedback to Eurail in hope it can help improve the product in the future. Thanks again for your review.
|Michael McGowanJuly 08, 2018|
We were fortunate to have someone familiar with Brit Rail to advise us to purchase our day tickets prior to arriving in England. First class is only where first class is offered. You could easily pay for first class and travel in standing room only general service if you do not know what service goes where! The premium for first class is great when there is a first class service, otherwise you are paying a premium for no service!