Eurail Global Consecutive Pass Free Day Promo - International Rail

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Eurail Free Day Promo

Eurail Global Consecutive Pass Free Day Promo

Buy before 31 March 2017 and receive extra days of travel for free!!

The Eurail Global Consecutive pass (also known as Eurorail) gives you the freedom to travel between many European countries. Benefit from a wide network of high speed and local trains with unlimited rail travel among 28 countries. The Eurail Global Consecutive Pass is the best option to discover Europe across its culture, traditions and climate diversity.

See the full list of 28 countries covered.

Eurail Free Day Promo Details:

  • Must purchase by 12:00 AEST on the 31st March 2017.
  • Buy a 15 day consecutive pass and receive 2 free days of travel
  • Buy a 22 day consecutive pass and receive 3 free days of travel
  • Buy a 1 month consectutive pass and receive 5 free days of travel

Seat reservations are not included in any Eurail pass.

Important: The 2 and 3 month consecutive passes are not included in the Eurail free day promotion. If you are looking to buy one of these passes, please click on the following link: Eurail Global Consecutive Pass

Important: This promotional pass is non refundable or changeable once printed.

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Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Fare Types

  • Adult: 28 and over
  • Youth: 12-27
  • Child: 4-11 FREE! (up to 2 free children per paying adult)
  • Saver: 2 or more Adults travelling together (maximum of 5 people per pass)

Seat reservations are not included in the pass price. Passholder seat reservations are limited. To avoid missing out on your preferred train, you should consider making a reservation well in advance of your travel.

See our FAQ section to find out how far in advance you can book.

Eurail Passes can NOT be used by residents of Europe, the United Kingdom, Turkey and the Russian Federation.