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Amtrak is having a two-for-one roomette sale for one-way trips between Jan. 7, 2019 and May 23, 2019. Discounted fares are available from Tuesday, Dec. 4 to Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018. These Amtrak roomettes offer passengers a private space during their journey equipped with panoramic windows, two seats that convert into beds, free meals, access to showers and a variety of other amenities.

Amtrak roomette. Image courtesy of Amtrak.
Amtrak roomette. Image courtesy of Amtrak.

Routes available in this promotion include trains to and from Washington DC, Chicago, New York, Orlando, Los Angeles and more from as low as $269. That means the per-person cost starts at just $135 since you’ll be getting a room with two beds.

To access this promotion, book here. Below are some of the rates that Amtrak is promoting on its website. However, other routes apply.

Carrier: Amtrak
Routes: California Zephyr, Capitol Limited, Cardinal, City of New Orleans, Coast Starlight, Crescent, Empire Builder, Lake Shore Limited, Silver Service, Southwest Chief, Sunset Limited, and the Texas Eagle.
Cost: From $269 round-trip
Book by: Dec. 4, 2018
Travel Dates: Jan. 7, 2019 and May 23, 2019
Pay With: Chase Sapphire Reserve Card (3x on travel), Citi Premier Card (3x on travel) or Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x on travel)

Chicago, IL (CHI) to New Orleans, LA (NOL) for $269 one-way:

Washington D.C. (WAS) to Chicago, IL (CHI) for $275 one-way:

New York, NY (NYP) to Chicago, IL (CHI) for $344 one-way:

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).

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Regular APR
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Annual Fee
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