Amtrak makes discounts permanent
According to the Washington Business Journal, Amtrak is making discounts on its Northeast Regional fares permanent. The rail agency began offering the discounts, which require advance purchase last year. They were set to expire at the end of March, the Washington Business Journal reported.
Check Amtrak's Web site for the latest sample fares, which include trips between:
-- Philadelphia and Washington: $35
-- Baltimore and Washington: $11
-- Wilmington and Washington: $32
-- Newark and Washington: $49
-- New York and Washington: $49
Amtrak's Web site lists blackout dates, including some dates around Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's.
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