Save up to 20% off BritRail Passes

Great value on autumn and winter travel

Now’s the time to appreciate low season travel to Britain, where you can avoid the summer crowds and enjoy great savings! Explore England, Scotland and Wales this November, December, January or February and save up to 20% off BritRail’s most popular passes.

Take the classic BritRail Pass: for just $159 USD get 3 consecutive days of unlimited train travel in standard class. That’s $53 a day to have the freedom to travel on as many trains as you wish to your choice of destinations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. And for those travelers whose focus falls on England, the BritRail England Pass is a great fit. Also offered with the low season discount, get a 3 day BritRail England Consecutive Pass for $129 USD in standard class and enjoy unlimited rail travel throughout England.

BritRail Passes and BritRail England Passes are offered in a wide range of validities, including Flexi Passes for a period of 3, 4, 8 or 15 travel days to be used within 2 months or Consecutive Passes for a period of 3, 4, 8, 15, 22 days or 1 month of travel. You can also choose a first or standard class BritRail pass, where first class offers benefits on select trains such as free Wi-Fi, more spacious seating, at seat meal service, free newspapers and complimentary tea and biscuits.

Pass holders are always pleased to discover that a BritRail Pass really does cover it all; it includes travel on all trains throughout Great Britain’s National Rail network! Hop on and off trains at your leisure, without being restricted to a specific seat on a specific train, and keep to a flexible schedule all your own. A BritRail Pass even covers travel on Airport Express trains, the most convenient way to skip traffic from Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport and Stansted Airport to central London.

Take advantage of BritRail’s Low Season Discount when booking a BritRail Pass or BritRail England Pass between September 1st, 2012 and February 15th, 2013 for travel in November, December, January or February.

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  • chuckphillips

    Hi – am arriving Heathrow October 24 of this year, going to Bath for 3 days, then to SouthHampton October 27 to catch my ship.

    What rail pass would you suggest for 2 USA seniors?

    Chuck Phillips
    Jupiter, FL

  • Fred

    Hi Chuck,

    You might consider purchasing the Britrail London Plus pass which is valid for travel throughout the Southeast of England including Heathrow to London to Bath then Bath to Southampton.
    Please visit for more information and prices.

  • doug

    We will be in the UK in May 2013 and would like to use Britrail will the rail pass be still on? I live in Australia. Thanks Doug Mazonowicz.

  • Fred

    Hi Doug,

    The low season discount applies to travel in November, December, January or February.

    But you may purchase a BritRail Pass at the regular fare for travel in May. Please note that you must validate your BritRail Pass in the UK within 6 months of the purchase date. So for May travel, you cannot purchase now and must wait a few more months.

  • Gina

    We are travelling to England the third week of February and leaving around March 10 – Would we still be able to take advantage of the offer or would we have to buy at regular rates? We travel to England frequently and love the BritRail Pass!!

  • Fred

    Hi Gina,

    We are very happy to hear that you love traveling around England with a BritRail Pass!

    The BritRail low season discount can only be applied to travel ending February 28th, 2013 inclusively.

  • cryyan

    i would like to know more about the details of Britrail pass.

    I am going to travel from Edinburgh to London on 6thDecember, 2012, and i will buy a Eurail Pass in hand (Benelux Pass) .

    for passengers who have valid eurail pass , can i buy that one? As that one costs $125 for 3 days while others cost $199.

    I am not a EU resident and i live in China, thanks!

  • Ruben

    Hi Cryyan,

    If you are traveling with a Eurail Pass, you can definitely use the BritRail Flexi Pass for Eurail passholder. Make sure that you have both passes in hand when you travel, because the BRITRAIL FLEXI EURAIL PASSHOLDER cannot be used if you don’t have a valid Eurail Pass. Also, note that this discount is only accessible to travelers who are between 16-25 year old.

  • Mike


    Me and my kid are taking the train from London to Liverpool on the 4th of november. We are leaving London in the morning and leaving Liverpool at the evening the same day. Whitch passes should we buy.

  • Ruben

    Hi Mike,

    Your travel would be part of a single day of use on a BritRail England Pass. Make sure to include all the information on the travelers when buying your pass as we offer several discounts which you can certainly take advantage of. This includes BritRail’s Low Season Discount and also the family discounts for children aged between 5 and 15 inclusively. All you need to do is decide on how many days you want your pass to be valid.

  • Lisa

    My children will be competing in the 2013 Tae Kwon Do World Championships held in Conventry in July 2013. We have decided to do some touring while overseas. We are interested in the Flexpass + Ireland. For a five day pass, can we get off the train for more than a few hours or do we have to stay on the train for the full five days? This will be our first trip overseas and we are not sure how train pass works. Thanks so much for the information.

  • Joyce Wee

    I’ll be in London in Decemeber and am planning to visit Warwick, Bath amd Windsor. lease advise if I should a BritRail London Plus or BritRail England pass. Thanks.

  • Ruben

    Hi Joyce,
    The BritRail London Plus Pass will allow you to travel to Warwick, Bath and Windsor. Of course, the BritRail England Pass is valid throughout your whole trip as well. Keep in mind BritRail’s Low Season Discount applies to the BritRail Pass and the BritRail England Pass only.

  • Ruben

    Hi Lisa,
    THe BritRail+Ireland Flexi Pass is valid for any 5 days within a month period. You can travel any day you like and spend as much or as little time as you want on a single day. Furthermore, you can hop on and get off trains several times and it will still count as a single travel day if those trips are done on the same calendar date.

  • Jim Napier


    I am attempting to purchase a Consecutive Britrail Pass for all of Britain. It prices out the same at $565.00 whether I purchase the pass in August or November, though November is low season and a discount should apply. Please advise and thanks in advance! :-)

  • RubenBastien

    You should try booking your rail pass later this year. At this moment, it is not possible to book a Low season pass regardless of your date of travel. Stay tuned for an announcement on when you will be able to start booking low season passes.

  • Jim Napier

    Excellent! Thank you! :-)