Deutsche Bahn 1 million ultra-cheap train ticket sale in Germany
A week-long sale by Deutsche Bahn has begun, with reduced tickets costing less than 20 euros for each trip. However, you must act soon since just one million tickets are available for this deal.
Deutsche Bahn launches a super-cheap train ticket offer
- InterCity Express (ICE) tickets on Deutsche Bahn may be rather expensive. With Deutsche Bahn’s super saver ticket, which is available for just 17,90 euros. Passengers may occasionally get access to long-distance trains at a discount.
- It was revealed on Tuesday(8/11/22) that the German transportation provider has started year-end marketing for its 17,90 Euro Super Saver tickets. Deutsche Bahn will make 1 million extra super saver tickets. It is available to passengers throughout the course of the next week (until November 15).
17,90 euro ticket in Germany
The 17,90 euro tickets are good for one-way trips inside Germany on second-class carriages. Children under 14 who are traveling with an adult will be admitted free of charge. If you don’t mind paying more, you can upgrade super saver tickets to first class, which includes a seat reservation.
- Depending on the number of tickets sold and the time of departure, travelers may be able to redeem the offer on their return ticket. A weekend vacation between Munich and Hamburg might cost as little as 35,80 euros. One way if it is feasible to use the bargain on return trips.
- The super saver ticket will not be valid for all ICE connections, and more expensive tickets will be required for busy routes. Super saver tickets, which can be purchased on the Deutsche Bahn website up to 180 days in advance, are also more likely to be available to bargain seekers if they choose a trip that will be taken earlier in the morning or later in the evening. The deal is only valid while the 1 million tickets are still available.
- Given the potential savings, it is anticipated that all 1 million tickets will be sold by the deadline of November 15. The Egal-Wohin-Ticket (No-Matter-Where-Ticket), another opportunity for savings, is available to those who miss out. The ticket, which allows the bearer to plan a single trip anywhere inside German borders for just 39,90 euros, was made available in July via a partnership between Deutsche Bahn and German retailer Edeka. It is also valid on both regional trains and long-distance trains including ICEs, ICs, and ECs, unlike the 9-euro ticket.
FlixTrain competitor of Deutsche Bahn
In recent years, FlixTrain and FlixBus have gained popularity and expanded, which has increased competition for Deutsche Bahn. Following a big expansion of its lines in May of this year, which included establishing a connection to Basel, Switzerland, FlixTrain has been working harder to position itself as a serious rival.
While FlixTrain has recently been anxious to point out that it provides passenger seat reservations in its low-cost ticket pricing, a luxury not available to users of Deutsche Bahn, who are notorious in Germany and the neighboring countries for their delayed services.