Britrail England Consecutive Pass : Details
Britrail England Consecutive Pass
- To start using the pass it must be validated at a British train station before your first journey.
- This pass does not cover the London Underground
Effective 1st January 2017 Britrail Passes are not eligible for Eurostar Passholder fares.
Are passholder seat reservations compulsory?
Seat reservations on trains within Britain are not compulsory they are optional. You can purchase your rail pass and just simply hop on the train you wish to travel on. Of course it depends on which class you purchase. If you purchase First class then you can sit anywhere in First class and the same rule applies for a Second class pass. If you have a certain date and time you would like to travel then you can reserve a seat locally at the train station.
- The Britrail England Pass is valid for travel on the railway network of England.
- Flexipass or Consecutive days pass.
- 1st and 2nd class.
- The pass is valid for travel on the following London Airport Link services: Heathrow Express, Gatwick Express and Stansted Express (Stansted Sky Train). Note: travel on the Heathrow Express and Gatwick Express will constitute a travel day of the pass.
- Passes can be validated at the train ticket office in London Heathrow Airport.
- Free Child Offer: One child aged up to 15 years inclusive travels free for each paying adult or senior (not applicable to adult saver passes) . The free child offer must be requested at the time of booking the adult or senior pass. Additional children aged 5-15 years pay half the adult fare. Children under 5 years travel free if not occupying a seat / bed.
- Youth : under 26 years (1st and 2nd class only).
- 60+: Must be over 60 years of age.
- Adult Saver: 3 to 9 passengers travelling together at all times