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Amtrak is offering a buy one, get one companion fare sale for customers looking to travel on the Northeast corridor. The sale is valid for Saturdays from now (June 24) through August 20.

The Northeast corridor covers transportation through major cities including New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC and more. Rides on the high-speed Acela are included in this sale, as well as Northeast Regional routes if you’re looking to double down on some savings.

To access these savings use the discount code C222 on Amtrak.com. Bookings must be made three days in advance and the companion and full fare paying passenger must travel together on the same itinerary. The deal is also only available in coach seats only unless you’re traveling on the Acela, which doesn’t have a coach class).

Related: How the Next-Generation Acela Trains Are Coming Together in Upstate New York

You can book your trip, here.

Carrier: Amtrak
Routes: Available on all Northeast Corridor routes, but not valid on unreserved service on the Pennsylvanian and Keystone Service locally between Philadelphia and Harrisburg and Thruway Service.
Cost: From $37 one-way for two tickets
Book by: August 20, 2019
Travel Dates: June 29 to August 20, 2019
Restrictions: This offer if not combinable with any other discount offer. Sale prices are not available at all times and on all routes. This offer is also subject to any restrictions, blackouts and refund rules that apply to the type of fare purchased, a 25 percent cancellation fee may apply.
Pay With: Chase Sapphire Reserve (3x on travel), Citi Premier Card (3x on travel) or Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x on travel)

Here a few examples of what you can book

Charlottesville, VA to Washington DC for two people for $37 one-way:

Boston, MA to New York, NY for two people for $83 one-way:

New York, NY to Philadelphia, PA for two people for $113 one-way on Acela:

Maximize Your Purchase

Don’t forget to use a credit card that earns additional points on train purchases, such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card (3x on all travel purchases), Citi Premier Card (3x on travel purchases) or the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x on all travel purchases).

Featured image courtesy of Amtrak.

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