VIA Rail Offering Incredible Promotions For The Summer
If you are currently planning what to do over the summer holidays, VIA Rail is offering something that would make your decision a little easier!
VIA Rail has just launched the Plan Your Summer Sale which will take place from May 22 to June 2. So whether you are travelling for business or just for fun, you can save by booking online now!
The Canadian rail transport service now offers up to 40 per cent off Canrail system pass, which is a pass that lets you travel across Canada for 60 consecutive days. Riders can buy the pass now but must be used before May 21, 2020.
People can also enjoy 20 per cent off business class for short trips. Tickets can be purchased now but must be used between June 15 to September 15, 2019. They are also offering 20 per cent off economy class, sleeper plus and touringon long distance trains. Again, tickets can be purchased now but must be used between May 29 and December 31, 2019.
The beloved train service has also launched Kids at $15, which is applicable for children between 2 to 11, accompanied by an adult, for any trip within Canada in economy class. Kids also receive a “Choo Choo Club” goodie bag including an activity book full of educational games and other fun surprises. Tickets are on sale now until September 15.
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