Exciting new Eurail deal gives student card holders free rail travel days

Exciting new Eurail deal gives student card holders free rail travel days

Eurail.com (http://www.eurail.com) offers students a fantastic new discount when travelling abroad: two free rail travel days.

Now through December 31, 2009, all youth travellers age 25 or younger on their first day of travel, with a valid International Student Identity Card (ISIC), can purchase a 21-day Eurail Global Pass Youth and get a total of 23 days at no additional cost.

As part of this Eurail special, promotional pass holders travelling with Superfast Ferries from Italy to Greece or vice versa can upgrade from deck to a bed in an AB4 shared cabin*.

“This is an amazing deal,” says Paulien Pierik, Managing Director of Eurail.com. “Not only do you get two extra days to explore your favourite countries and countless other fascinating destinations—with the ferry upgrade, you can kick off your shoes and get a good night’s sleep and hot shower before continuing on your exciting journey.”

With a Eurail Global Pass, students with ISIC discount cards will enjoy:


  * Two free days on the 21-day pass, for a total of 23
  * An upgrade to a shared cabin when travelling between Italy and Greece on Superfast Ferries
  * Extensive rail travel in 21 countries
  * Free and fast shipping, lowest prices, secure payment
  * The ability to order up to six months in advance

Conditions apply. For more information about the Eurail student discount and conditions, visit the Eurail.com promotion page at http://www.eurail.com/eurail-monthly-promotion.

* Customers must display ISIC and Eurail Global Pass (promotional pass) at check in to be entitled to the upgrade.