- Amtrak’s cheapest two fare categories will see major new restrictions on March 1.
- Many tickets will now be completely nonrefundable if cancelled, with steep change fees. Previously, riders were only required to pay the difference in fare if changing trains.
- Business Insider first reported the changes in December, citing an internal document.
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Some of the most derided fees and rules of airline tickets are coming to Amtrak.
Beginning March 1, the railroad announced Monday, Amtrak’s cheapest “saver” fares will become completely nonrefundable, with no changes allowed, 24 hours after purchase. Second-tier “Value” fares will also read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com