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BritRail Pass

The BritRail Free Day Promotion!
Explore more of Britain with the addition of a free travel day.

Book a BritRail Pass or a BritRail England Pass between July 15th and August 31st, 2014 and receive one additional day of rail travel for free.
Note that BritRail Passes are valid up to six months from the date of purchase.
Make the most of your visit to Great Britain with this 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 6 months from the purchase date.
Discounts
  • BritRail Low Season Discount
  • BritRail Guest Pass Discount
  • BritRail Party Discount
  • BritRail Family Discount
  • BritRail Youth Discount
  • BritRail Senior Discount
  • Eurail Pass Holder Rate

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

Bonuses & Inclusions
  • BritRail Bonus Offers
  • BritRail Pass Holder Rate on Eurostar
Additional Details
  • Airport Express
  • Some trains in Great Britain do not have 1st class accommodations. The price of 1st class passes have been adjusted to reflect this.

PRICES AND VALIDITIES

Consecutive
Travel on a select number of continuous days
Valid 1 month
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$1375$689$1105$1169
STANDARD$919$465$735$919
Valid 3 days
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$345$175$279$295
STANDARD$235$119$189$235
Valid 4 days
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$429$219$345$369
STANDARD$289$149$235$289
Valid 8 days
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$615$309$495$525
STANDARD$409$209$329$409
Valid 15 days
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$919$465$735$779
STANDARD$615$309$495$615
Valid 22 days
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$1165$585$935$989
STANDARD$775$389$625$775
Flexible
Travel for a select number of days on a specific period
Valid 3 days within 2 months
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$435$219$349$369
STANDARD$295$149$235$295
Valid 4 days within 2 months
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$539$275$435$459
STANDARD$365$185$295$365
Valid 8 days within 2 months
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$785$395$629$669
STANDARD$525$265$425$525
Valid 15 days within 2 months
AdultChildYouthSenior
FIRST$1179$595$945$999
STANDARD$795$399$635$795
* Prices displayed in U.S. dollars


BritRail Pass - British Rail, England Train Tickets
4.59out of5
based on2150ratings.431reviews.

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Good valueBonnie ,USAAge: 60+August 17, 2014
I travel frequently to the UK for work and pleasure and nearly always get a rail pass. It allows for flexibility of travel and one long journey practically pays for the pass. I have found Brit Rail staff both in stations and on the trains wonderfully helpful and very kind to an intrepid, gray haired traveler. I highly recommend a Brit Rail pass.
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Great valueValerie ,United StatesAge: 40-49July 31, 2014
This is the second time I have used a Britrail pass and I will continue to use them. They are a great value and a terrific way to get around the United Kingdom. The trains can be busy so it is always a good idea to reserve seats ahead of time. Especially during the summer months. Overall, a fantastic mode of transportation.
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Worth it!J Cowderoy ,AustraliaAge: 25-29July 29, 2014
I buy a Britrail pass every time I travel in Britain. It's worth it if you're leaving London more than once or twice - it's cheaper after that, and it saves buying a ticket every time. Train is pretty much the best way to travel in the UK. There can be hiccups - one of my trips the line south was closed and I had to dash around a round-a-bout route via Manchester - but it still saves a lot of time (and comfort!) compared to driving. Definitely download the National Rail app, it makes the whole network easy to navigate :)
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Great value for moneyElizabeth Johnston ,AustraliaAge: 18-24July 28, 2014
I was a bit nervous buying a BritRail pass because despite what it tries to do, I have heard mixed reviews. I used it today for the first time and I have to say that I am so glad I decided to go with it. The staff I spoke to were all very helpful in showing me what to do with the pass, and I absolutely love that I can jump on to any train and go wherever I like, whenever I like! Looking at the prices I definitely think I have saved money too, especially because I am travelling in summer so national rail journeys can be quite expensive normally! The only problem is that it doesn't guarantee you a seat - that is an additional cost - just something to be weary of, especially in this busy period I would definitely recommend this pass to my friends - what a great idea!
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The best way to travel in UKLeonardo Garcia ,ArgentinaAge: 30-39July 25, 2014
A couple of weeks ago, I came back from a trip across UK. I bought the Flexible BritRail Pass (instead of the Consecutive) as I was not going to be travelling every day. I also bought a first class pass as I wanted to experience the first class service. And it was worth every penny. The service is excellent and the first class cars were great: food service and WiFi are included (WiFi could be a little slow sometimes and, depending on the location, you may lose connection but, in general works fine) and the seats are very comfortable. Just be aware of one thing: not all trains have have first class, so make sure that the ones you are going to take provide this kind of service. Otherwise, you will be paying more money for nothing. I’d also recommend reserving a seat in advance. If you don’t have a seat reserved and the seats are all taken, you may end up travelling in coach or you may not have a seat at all. Although the latter is extremely rare, it may happen if you take a train in rush hour. So, to sum up, I totally recommend buying this pass and, if you want to have an even better service and your budget allows it, buy the first class pass. You won’t regret it!
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Great way to get aroundBenny ,AustraliaAge: 18-24July 24, 2014
Fantastic from the start. Didn't manage to book until the last minute, but it was sent promptly and arrived well within time. Getting up to Glasgow and back through Leamington was a breeze thanks to the pass. It was also very useful as many of the tracks flooded while I was travelling, so I was able to change trains easily and without extra cost thanks to the BritRail pass. The trains were always clean and comfortable as well. Couldn't really be any easier.
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First Class ExperienceCarolyn ,USAAge: 50-59July 21, 2014
We had 8-day Flexpasses for a trip to UK in June. We paid the extra for the First Class Coach and had a great experience. My only suggestion is to, whenever possible, reserve seats (it's free to reserve) if you know which train you'll be taking. Even First Class can get full, and for a short amount of time on one long trip, we had to fit 3 in two seats or one of us would have had to stand. The service and convenience was outstanding.
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Super smooth traveling for a cheap price!Nina Larsson ,SwedenAge: 18-24July 13, 2014
Me and my boyfriend just had our dream journey traveling around the UK by train. We decided to get the consecutive travelcard for 15 days, since it was cheap (we're both students) and seemed smooth. We were suprised how good it actually was! It was so nice to just go to the train station and take the next train with no times to catch. We did'nt have to wait for long, maybe 30-40 minutes at maximum. It was eaasy and quick to just show your cards to the gatekeeper and then go on the train. To our suprise we never had to stand up or had any problem to fit our luggage. Sometimes there was screaming kids at the train, but theres nothing to do about that. Otherwise the trains were comfortable and at some trains they even had tv! At the stations the stuff was friendly and helpful, but sometimes there could be quite long queues to the information desks, so you have to manage things on your own sometimes if you don't wanna waist your time in the queue. The whole experience has been great and I woluld defenetly bye this travelcard again. The only thing that would have made it even better was if Irland would have been included aswell.:-) Overall a great product i strongly recomend!
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Annoying ticket barriersArnold ,The NetherlandsAge: 18-24July 08, 2014
Had a great time in Great Britain. The price for a first class BritRail Pass can easily be lower than separate standard class tickets. I found the ticket barriers very annoying. These belong in underground stations and not in railway stations. Every time I had to take out the pass from my backpack to show it to the attendant at the station. I would have rather had a magnetic version of the pass to get past these barriers.
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Could have been better. Rachael ,United States of AmericaAge: 30-39July 08, 2014
I would have liked to give out more four star ratings, but, based on my experience I just couldn't. Firstly, my weekend trip to Scotland landed on a bank holiday. I had never heard of a bank holiday and had absolutely no idea what it was, but, apparently it is when everyone in London shuts down for a few days and goes out of town. Since, my friends and I didn't know what time we would be able to leave we were unable to reserve specific seats, and since everyone and their dog was going out of town that translated into us having to sit on the floor at the very back of the train between the doors until we were able to grab some unclaimed seats. After having already paid over $200 for my ticket I wasn't extremely happy about that. I feel that some sort of prior warning could have been forthcoming since I feel the British should know when their holidays are. Another issue I had is that I don't understand why the older you get the more expensive it is to ride the train. It's not as if since I'm older I took up more room. And quite frankly, at 31 I just don't think I am That old. Isn't that a clear practice of ageism? I also don't feel as if there was much explanation or direction for first time travelers. My friends and I just had to wander around until we were able to figure out what we needed to do. The train itself wasn't so bad. It was pretty clean and spacious. The way home was a much better and less crowded experience. However, there was again a lack of railway authority. We were riding in a quiet coach, which basically means talk quietly and use headphones if you want to watch anything. At one stop a group of extremely loud, obnoxious, and rowdy boys got on the train. Though another passenger asked them to be quiet they continued talking as if they were the only people on the train. I feel that there should have been some railway personnel present to enforce the quiet coach rules, especially to support the passenger who had asked them to tone it down.
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