What are the offers offered by SNCF to young people this summer?


As the summer holidays approach, SNCF is offering several offers aimed at young people to “enable them to travel by train,” the company announced in a press release on Friday.

A young TER pass at 29 euros

For the second year in a row, SNCF is offering a TER pass at 29 euros per month. It will allow young people aged 12 to 25 to reserve free and unlimited TER tickets in July and August throughout France. It will be possible to subscribe from June 23.

In addition to this young pass, three million TER tickets will be on sale “at a mini price” – less than 10 euros – to all French people, whatever their age, adds SNCF.

TGVmax: a first month at one euro

To make it easier for young people to travel this summer, SNCF will also offer the TGVmax subscription at only 1 euro for the first month (instead of 79 euros) for all new subscribers. It will be possible to subscribe to this offer between June 29 and July 15. On the other hand, it will be necessary to commit for a minimum of three months.

All young people aged 16 to 27 can subscribe to this subscription, which allows them to reserve seats at 0 euros in TGV Inoui. Please note: not all journeys are affected and the number of TGVmax seats is also limited on each train.

Note that from June 29 to September 30, 2021, TGVmax subscribers will also be able to book tickets to and from Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Italy for 19 euros per trip.

10,000 Ouigo vouchers at 10 euros

Finally, all people under 25 will be offered a 10 euro voucher for Ouigo journeys as of Friday, June 18. This reduction can be applied “as you want, when you want, where you want”, assures the SNCF, for trips going until December 11, 2021.

To benefit from this offer valid until July 7, you must create an Ouigo account and subscribe to the service’s newsletter, via this web page.


Source: Le Progrès : info et actu nationale et régionale – Rhône, Loire, Ain, Haute-Loire et Jura | Le Progrès by www.leprogres.fr.

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