Archive for September, 2008
Published on September 25th, 2008.
Your chance to win a BritRail Pass! For the final photo contest of 2008, we’re looking for British pets!
You’ve given your pet so much – now let them win you 2 free 1st class 4 day BritRail passes to discover Britain!
You don’t need a british bulldog to win – simply dress up your pet in something British! Maybe a Sherlock Holmes hound dog or your cat at a tea party – the more creative you are, the better your chances.
Contest will end on December 31st, 2008. For additional information, please visit www.BritRail.com and cl ick on ‘BritRai l Contest Detai ls’.
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If you have any questions, you can e-mail the Managing Director of BritRail at email@example.com
Contact Info: 1-866-BRITRAIL (if in North America) or visit www.BritRail.com
Published on September 15th, 2008.
Timing is everything as they say and that’s why stopping in Belfast between October 17th and November 1st would grant you the pleasure of enjoying Ireland’s biggest international festival: The Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s.
This annual festival covers all art forms including theatre, dance, classical music, literature, jazz, comedy, visual arts, folk music and popular music, attracting over 100,000 visitors.
This is a great opportunity to see the best of Irish and UK cultures! http://www.belfastfestival.com
Getting to Belfast by train is made easy with BritRail´s most complete and flexible pass, the BritRail Pass + Ireland, which allows unlimited travel in not only England, Scotland and Wales, but also the lush green landscapes of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Before setting out, be sure to book your BritRail Irish Sea Crossing. With this new product, travelers gain access to Stena ferries, and for this occasion you can select the Stranraer to Belfast route.
To obtain more information or purchase the BritRail Irish Sea Crossing, visit www.BritRail.com or call 1-866-BritRail (North America)
Published on September 12th, 2008.
There’s a BritRail Pass perfect for every traveler, especially those looking for unlimited train travel throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
The BritRail Passes are a great value when making several train journeys when in Britain and offer you an unforgettable experience without stress, queues and hassles while you travel. Travel as often as you want within the validity of your pass and feel free to hop on and off as you wish!
BritRail Consecutive Pass
Avid travellers with predetermined itineraries will want the BritRail Consecutive Pass, allowing for travel on 4, 8, 15 or 22 consecutive days or 1 complete month. Go from one cultural centre to the next without missing a beat.
It’s not surprising that the BritRail Flexi Pass is the most popular rail pass around! With the freedom to travel when you want for a select number of days over a 2-month period, the BritRail Flexi Pass is the ultimate way to explore the rolling hills, the vast culture and the historic attractions of Great Britain!
BritRail also offers great discounts to suit all types of travelers. Look out for the BritRail Seniors discount (15% off in 1st Class), the BritRail Party discount (3-9 people traveling together get 50% on the 3rd through 9th passengers), the BritRail Family discount (1 child between the ages of 5-15 rides free when accompanied by an adult or senior) and the BritRail Youth discount (youths between the ages of 16 and 25 get 20% off). The BritRail Guest Pass Discount, al lowing a British friend or relative to accompany a 1st or 2nd Class Passholder at 50% off the regular pass price. So many ways to save!
Published on September 1st, 2008.
Enjoy Great Britain at your own pace with less traffic and less headaches. Make the most of our off-peak season with a hassle-free and pocket-friendly way to travel Britain.
Starting on September 1st, travellers can purchase select BritRail passes (BritRail Consecutive Pass, BritRail FlexiPass, BritRail England Consecutive Pass, BritRail England Flexipass) and take advantage of our 20% Off-Peak Discount for travel between November 1st, 2008 and February 28th, 2009.