20% Off Popular BritRail Passes

MONTREAL, CANADA–(Marketwire – Sept. 1, 2010) – BritRail’s Low Season Passes offer 20% off retail prices and unlimited travel on the national rail network throughout Great Britain – or just England, if your autumn/ winter itinerary can’t also accommodate Scotland and Wales. Low Season fares start at approximately $43USD per day (based on a Low Season 3 Day BritRail England Consecutive Pass in standard class at 2010 prices) and are valid for travel between November 1st 2010 and February 28th 2011. Take advantage of this great discount by purchasing a BritRail Flexi or Consecutive Pass or BritRail England Flexi or Consecutive Pass anytime before February 15, 2011. 

Passengers will surely discover the flexibility that only a BritRail Pass can provide, by hopping on and off the trains and enjoying a number of unforgettable scenic routes; just imagine the view through your window! Plus it’s the most economical and convenient way to explore Britain, thanks to its fast and frequent service and environmentally friendly advantages. To browse the full range of rail passes and tickets offered by ACP Rail visit www.ACPRail.com.

Not to mention, the low season has its other benefits, from big savings on flights and hotel accommodations, to fewer crowds at top tourist attractions. And you can be sure there are tons of cultural and historic highlights not to miss en route in Great Britain; be sure to visit Stonehenge, Edinburgh Castle, the Roman Baths, Leeds Castle, St. Paul’s Cathedral and countless other museums, castles, gardens, and more. We recommend the Great British Heritage Pass (http://www.acprail.com/extras/united-kingdom/sightseeing-passes), as it’s the perfect BritRail Pass companion, offering entry to the above mentioned sights, plus nearly 600 other UK heritage properties – just another way to realize great savings during the low season! 

In addition, BritRail has another special offer, where customers receive an extra travel day on the BritRail Freedom of Scotland TravelPass until September 30th, 2010. Interested in reading other exciting travel stories? Please visit www.acprail.com/blog to browse what’s new in Great Britain and other top rail destinations.

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