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Rail Europe offers savings of up to 45%


Rail Europe has launched their “We Love Europe” Campaign with a series of deals that agents can pass on to their clients.

 

 

On the Thalys, agents with clients travelling in pairs from Paris to Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Schiphol Airport, Aachen, Dusseldorf,  Duisburg, Essen, Koeln or Dortmund over the autumn months can now pass on savings of up to 45%. Starting from AU$82, bookings must be made by 28 Feb and travel completed between 31 Mar and 31 May 2019. Discount applies to 1st and Premier Classes.


Agents with client darting between France and Spain on the France-Spain High Speed trains can now pass on up to 30% savings when booking by 27 Feb.Travel must be completed between 14 Feb and 26 Jun 2019.

 

In Germany, agents can pass on up to 10% off three and four-day German Rail Passes for travel between now and 31 May 2019. The offer applies to adults, twin and youth travellers. Bookings must be made by 31 March 2019.

 

Over in Switzerland, agents can pass on one and two free travel days on the four and eight-day Swiss Travel Passes respectively. Valid for adult and youth passes in 1st and 2nd classes, bookings must be made by 28 Mar and travel completed by 30 Sept 2019.

 

Agents booking their clients on Eurostar journeys can now save them up to 30% off one way fares. Starting from AU$73 in Standard and AU$163in Standard Premier, bookings must be made by 4 Mar 2019 and travel completed between 4 Mar and 9 Sep 2019.


For larger itineraries, agents issue their clients with 1st Class Eurail Global Pass priced at 2nd Class rates. The upgrade is across the board for adults, youth and senior travellers. Bookings must be made by 28 Feb 2019 and travel completed between now and 16 May 2019.

 

Forex fluctuations and terms and conditions apply. Agents are reminded to log onto the agent portal when booking. For more details, see www.raileurope.com.au or speak with your Rail Europe BDM.

 


Published: 5 February 2019


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