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Amtrak is currently having a flash sale for routes carried by the Northeast Regional train service. Now through July 13, you can book any Coach Class seats on the applicable routes for discounted rates starting at just $19 one-way. You can travel at these low fares between August 1  and November 9, 2018.

This deal makes it even easier to hop around the Northeast. It’s perfect for a final summer trip or great for college students going back to school in the Northeast.

Plus, Amtrak is currently making strides toward a better menu on its Northeast corridor routes, so keep an eye out for Boar’s Head meat and healthy options on board if you decide to book during this short sale.

Below are some of the route rates that Amtrak is promoting on its website. However, other routes apply.

Carrier: Amtrak
Routes: All Northeast Regional train service, including Keystone and Pennsylvanian trains between New York and Philadelphia, and the Vermonter, between New Haven and Washington, DC, and between Virginia Beach, and Norfolk, Virginia
Cost: From $19 one-way
Book by: July 13, 2018
Dates: August 1 – November 9
Restrictions: Prices can’t be combined with other discount codes. Sale prices are available exclusively for one-way Coach Class fares and upgrades to Business Class are not permitted. Space is limited as sale prices are not available on all trains or at all times. Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable. Exchanges are permitted within the ticket validity period; a 25 percent cancellation fee applies. Other restrictions may also apply.

Washington, DC (WAS) to Richmond, VA (RVR) for $19 one-way.

Baltimore, MD (BAL) to Philadelphia, PA (PHL) for $29 one-way.

Washington, DC (WAS) to Philadelphia, PA (PHL) for $29 one-way.

Boston, MA (BOS) to New York, NY (NYP) for $39 one-way.

New York, NY (NYP) to Washington, DC (WAS) for $39 one-way.

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