ScotRail is bringing back its most popular ticket offer – Club 55.
The offer will return from 14 May 2012, with prices held for the third time in a row.
Customers aged 55 and over can travel anywhere in Scotland – plus Berwick-upon-Tweed and Carlisle – for £19 return.
Customers can also upgrade to First Class for just £26 return on selected routes with Club 55 Premier.
Sean Duffy, ScotRail’s commercial director, said:
“Club 55 is ideal for customers looking to save themselves money by opting for a ‘staycation’.
“Summer is the perfect time to see Scotland’s spectacular scenery, and by taking the train, customers can sit back, relax and take it all in.”
Club 55 customers can start their journeys early, provided they do not arrive into Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen or Dundee before 09.30 on weekdays.
The offer runs until 30 June 2012 for outward travel – with return travel valid for one month from the date of the outward journey.
Senior Railcard holders and Disabled Persons Railcard holders over 55 get the additional bonus of a further £2 discount on both fares.
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