NARP Members Now Save 20% on Alaska Railroad Train Fares!
February 5, 2013
Written By Sean Jeans Gail
Updated to include: This discount cannot be combined with other discounts.
NARP is pleased to announce a new partnership with Alaska Railroad that will give NARP members a 20 percent discount on all Adventure Class fares on Alaska Railroad trains, making it even easier for passengers to tour the wild beauty of “The Last Frontier” in the unique comfort and style afforded by train travel.
This newly formed partnership will allow NARP members to experience the grandeur and majesty of Alaska through the picture windows of an Alaska Railroad train. Enjoy 20% off all Alaska Railroad trains, summer and winter, with your membership in NARP. The discount is restricted to Adventure Class fares on the Denali Star, Coastal Classic, Glacier Discovery, Hurricane Turn, and the Aurora Winter Train. The discount is valid only for train fares, and does not include tour or hotel products or packages. Additionally, this discount cannot be combined with other discounts. For information on how to claim this discount, NARP members can check the member’s only section of NARPRail.org.
The Alaska Railroad connects Seward to Interior Alaska, serving Anchorage, Wasilla, Talkeetna, Denali Park, and Fairbanks, among other points. This scenic railroad boasts double-deck dome cars on the Coastal Classic and Denali Star trains, allowing for stunning views of the Alaskan landscape. For more information on the Alaska Railroad, visit www.AlaskaRailroad.com/travel.
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