Buy 3, Get 1 Free on Amtrak’s Acela

Acela Buy 3 Get 1 Free

Amtrak is currently offering a “Buy 3, Get 1 Free” promotion on their high-speed Acela Express line which runs in the Northeast Corridor. I recently had the chance to review their First Class product, which has a really nice beverage offering.

Unfortunately, it’s 3 round-trip fares, and it’s only for fares $90 and up, one-way.

Once you complete 6 one-way trips (3 round-trips), you’ll earn 2 free one-way (or 1 round-trip) tickets in Business Class. If you’re a Select Executive, you can upgrade into First Class.

This may not be a highly lucrative offer, but if you travel on Amtrak or the Acela a lot, you may be able to take advantage.

You must register prior to traveling.


Here is the terms and conditions:

Take six qualifying one-way trips on Acela from January 5, 2015 12:00:00am through February 28, 2015 11:59:59pm and get two free one-way Acela trips. Minimum spend of $90 per one-way segment is required for travel to qualify. Limit of two qualifying one-way segments per day. Free trips are redeemable for Acela Business class travel (First class travel for Select Executive members) from July 1, 2015 through August 31, 2015 and are subject to Acela award travel time-of-day restrictions on weekdays. Standard blackout dates apply: July 2 – 3, 2015; July 5, 2015. A maximum of four free one-way trips may be earned. Must be an Amtrak Guest Rewards member and register for this offer to participate. Register online at AmtrakGuestRewards.com/Acela. Other terms and conditions may apply.

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