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BritRail Pass

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From$120
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From$120
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Make the most of your visit to Great Britain with the BritRail pass which provides access to all trains on Great Britain’s National Rail Network. Explore destinations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Hop on and off the trains as you wish!

Where can the pass be used?
  • England
  • Scotland
  • Wales
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 Low Season Discount

Travel during the months of January, February, November or December and receive up to 20% off the regular pass price

BritRail Saver Discount

Small groups between (3 to 9 people) can save up to 20% off regular prices when traveling together

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

Bonuses & Inclusions
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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 say 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

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.

Seat Reservations

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.

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Christoph Lechleitner (CLechleitner42)October 11, 2017
Overall my BritRail pass (all of GB, 15 days) was great! Reasons for giving only 4 stars in some categories are: The packaging could be better (transparent plastic envelope for better usability during actual trip, alongside paper folder?). Finding someone to validate the pass at St. Pancras was inconvenient and time consuming. Not beeing able to use ticket-gateways without clerks' help was a tiny bit inconvenient too. The online travel diary form needs enhancement (app?). Online seat reservation was impossible (dead links) but making reservations at stations OK (and highly recommended for rides with full luggage, more or less required for at peak times). Some numbers and more good and bad things from my trip can be found in my BLog (sorry for 1990's style): http://www.ibcl.at/ibclweb/ibclweb?page=ShowBLogArticle&service=external&sp=l206
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Jennifer GraceOctober 11, 2017
Staff at stations and on board trains Excellent, knowledgeable, helpful and very polite. Good experience
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RudiSeptember 28, 2017
I used a BritRail Flexi Pass to explore Northern England and Scotland recently. The advantage of the Flexi Pass is that you can stay for about two weeks, travel by trains on 8 days and enjoy cities and places of entertainment for the time between travelling. Trains in UK are rather comfortable, even in Standard Class, and a seat reservation is recommended only during peak time (early morning until 09:00 h) or on some preferred routes like TPE trains to and from Manchester Airport. For my next visit to UK I will certanly use a BritRail Pass again.
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AnthonySeptember 10, 2017
I've used ACP Rail for a few years and service has been entirely reliable.
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Jeff & Mary USASeptember 01, 2017
We used the 30 day consecutive pass and found it a good value and easy to use. It was accepted on all trains without question, we avoided ticket lines, just show your pass, board and go. So many trains to choose from with fast frequent service. Coming from the USA, the trains in Great Britain are a joy to use. One suggestion: seat reservations can be made at any staffed station for any train on the system. A small ticket is printed with the train and seat reservation and given to the rider. If you have a change of trains enroute, then two tickets are issued, one for each leg of the journey. It may be useful for you to ask the agent to pad the time between connections so as to not miss your connecting train. For example, we reserved seats from Leeds to Chester which involved a train change at Manchester with only 16 minutes to change trains at Manchester. Our train arrived Manchester 8 minutes late and we missed our connection. However, we were able to board another train to Chester 30 minutes later and our problem was solved. We travelled in August which is peak season. Some trains were full, but most trains we rode always seemed to have a few seats available.
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Simon S.August 28, 2017
Used the 8 days consecutive all-Great Britain pass: Absolutely fantastic. Stayed in Manchester and used the pass to travel to Liverpool, Derbyshire, York, Cardiff / Caerdydd, Glasgow, Blackpool and London. In total it cost me 4 eurocent per kilometre. Staff of all train operating companies were really nice and helpful. Definitely recommend and would love to do again. For up-to-date train information I recommend www.realtimetrains.co.uk. At terminal stations, trains are shown sooner on RTT than on the actual departure boards.
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Joanne WhiteAugust 19, 2017
our first trip taking trains everywhere, was a lot of fun and people were so helpful getting us to where we needed to go to.
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ElaineAugust 18, 2017
We've purchased rail passes each time we went to UK (from US)for many visits now. We're seniors finally, so they were even cheaper this time! We arrived in Glasgow by plane and started using the rail pass that day. Went to Gourock by train then took a Ferry to Dunoon. Next day went to Edinburgh returning to Greenock that night. Off to London for several days and on the way back, went to Chester, York and Newcastle. Close to Newcastle, we visited Alnwick to see friends. Then on to the Borders for a couple of days and next, off to Carlisle for the day. Then back to Edinburgh ending the day from on a train from Glasgow to Greenock. A couple of days later we were off to the beautiful granite city of Aberdeen. Then north to Inverness. We wanted to go to Kyle of Lochalsh on the Isle of Skye, but could not get a hotel online. So back to Greenock via Glasgow. We took several local trips while in Greenock going to Greenock West and Fort Matilda but mostly from Greenock to Gourock. Next time, we will concentrate more on Northern Scotland and southern England. We visited family and friends at our leisure, otherwise we would have gone to many more destinations. We went to Paris for two days (separate from rail passes) but would love to have gone back to Portsmouth and Penzance. The passes are so easy to use, they save us a ton of money and there are hundreds of choices on where to go. The trains are very comfortable - you can spread out a newspaper on the table and the snacks and drinks were very fresh. The staff are so friendly and helpful. Thanks!
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London to Edinburghnico ,mexicoDecember 26, 2016
British rail was a pleasant experience. I have been on nicer trains....German trains are the best. The flexibility of use was a good choice. The British rail system is user friendly and the staff helpful. I met very nice Britons on board.
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Great ExperienceDave ,GermanyNovember 14, 2016
Bought a Britrail pass for 4 days in a month and traveled up to the northern most tip of Scotland, down to London and back to the Midlands with it. I was accompanied by my 14 year daughter and she loved it. The most amazing day was walking around the coast by Thurso and then catching the 16:00 to Inverness, then directly on to the Calendonia Sleeper and we woke up in London at 8:00 am the next day. It was amazing that we had traveled almost the entire length of the country and still had lots of energy to walk around and enjoy the capital. Have decided to only use Britrail passes when visiting the UK in future. Leave the car at home.
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