Get A Free Extra Travel Day With Purchase Of Eurail Selectpass

White Plains, NY, September 29, 2006 – Travel one extra day free by train when you purchase a 6-, 8- or 10-day Eurail Selectpass from Rail Europe here in North America between October 1-December 31, 2006. Rail travel days may be used non-consecutively within a 2-month period up to 6 months after the purchase date – which means that this promotion can be used as late as June 2007, depending on purchase date.

The Eurail Selectpass is a “create-your-pass” product, allowing the buyer to select 3, 4 or 5 European countries out of the 22 possibilities*. The selected countries must be connected by rail or ferry.

This offer is valid for all versions of the Eurail Selectpass, including the youth (those under 26) and Saver (for 2 or more people traveling together) versions.

“You can combine this free extra day offer with Rail Europe’s own recently announced promotion and save a bundle,” says Fabrice Morel, President and CEO of Rail Europe Group, the largest North American distributor of Eurail products and a wide range of other European rail passes and tickets. “When you buy the Eurail Selectpass with the free extra travel day and use that pass this fall, you’ll receive a credit of 25% of the price of the Eurail Selectpass which you can apply towards another train ticket or railpass purchase made by the end of the year.” [see Rail Europe Sept. 14 press release]

Prices for the Eurail Selectpass start at $423 US/$484 CAD for a 6-day 3-country pass, $503 US/$575 CAD for an 8-day 3-country pass and $580US/$664CAD for a 10-day pass; these lowest per person prices are for a Eurail Selectpass Saver (when two or more traveling together).

For more information or to book any of Rail Europe’s wide range of economical railpasses and point-to-point tickets on trains throughout Europe and the U.K., consult a travel agent or log on to www.raileurope.com (U.S.) or www.raileurope.ca (Canada) or call Rail Europe at 1-888-382-7245 (U.S.) or 1-800-361-7245 (Canada) to speak with an experienced rail reservation agent.

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