Buy Early and Save on Your Summer Eurail Pass

February 21, 2008

If you’re still trying to figure out what to do for Spring Break, then you probably aren’t one of those people who likes to plan way ahead. You might be someone who likes to save money though, so keep listening.

Summer will be here soon. You can spend it at home, working, tanning, watching everything that’s stored in your Tivo, or you can get up and go. Pinch those part-time job pennies for a few months and buy yourself an adventure. And here’s a tip: Some of the best summer adventures involve trains.

Now. You’ve decided to go somewhere. You want to do it on a budget. You want to ride a train. You’re going to need a Eurail pass. Luckily, they’re on sale right now.

Valid for sales from 1/1/2008 to 3/31/2008
Valid for travel within 6 months from purchase

Book a 6, 8 or 10 day Eurail Selectpass and travel up to six months out from the date of purchase. Not traveling alone? Check out the Eurail Early Bird Saverpass for special pricing.

If you are considering traveling through more than 5 countries, check out the Eurailpass.
And if you want to go to just one of these countries, be sure to see our Single Country Passes.
You get:
Unlimited travel on the national rail networks of any 3, 4 or 5 bordering countries out of 22 European countries that are connected by train or ship.
These are the following countries to choose from: Austria, Benelux (includes Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland), Bulgaria/Serbia/Montenegro, Croatia/Slovenia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland
Choice of 7, 9 or 11 days of unlimited train travel within any 2-month period.
Travel days may be used consecutively or non-consecutively.

Toot toot! Get planning!


  1. I am looking for a summer pass for a student during june and july

  2. Great posting, enjoyable to read. well done!

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