How Eurail Passes Can Save You Money
Have you heard about the Eurail pass? Travelers who don’t have enough money have been travelling across Europe by using rail passes. However, the main question is does the Eurail pass worth it? In this article, we shall discuss when you need the Eurail pass.
What is a Eurail pass?
The Eurail pass were first made for the purpose of helping people not to buy individual train tickets. So with the card, you only need to buy one pass and you use it on any train. Once you board a train, you just show the conductor your card and that’s it!
However, nowadays it is not as easy as before, even though the idea remains the same. Sadly, the Eurail has started to lose its luster because they are quite complicated and travelers are charged additional fees.
Eurail versus single
A single ticket covers one area to another, and it is usually based on distance. However, certain companies charge a lot during peak times. However, if you purchase in advance, you will get the pass at a lower price.
On the other hand, with a Eurail pass, you only pay once, therefore it is easy to know the amount of money you will be spending.
Estimating the value Eurail
One of the easiest ways of estimating the value of a Eurail pass is to divide the charges of the Eurail pass by either the number of rides or days that the pass offers. For instance, if the Eurail pass offers 20 travel days within one month period, it may cost around $750. This means you will be spending around $38. Therefore, if you were to purchase single tickets, you will expect them to cost anywhere around that figure.
As aforementioned, it is not easy to estimate the price of single tickets. So the best thing to do is to check out rome2rio.com or raileurope.com and make some estimations there.
So is the Eurail pass a great deal?
Well, the answer to this question is a yes or no! In short it depends
If you are aged between 12 and 25, then you qualify for the youth pass, this can save you a lot of money. On the other hand, if you are aged 26 or more, you will be prompted to buy a first class ticket. This is a good thing because you get to stay far away from the youngsters in second class. However, you will pay 50 percent for the first class pass. Therefore, if you are not under age 26, the Eurail pass may not be the best option for you, unless you are comfortable with riding on first class.
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Are you looking for the cheapest option?
Well, the truth is that the Eurail pass is not really the cheapest option. Purchasing individual train tickets month early enough is one of the cheapest ways to get train tickets. However, the tickets are usually not refundable and you can’t change them either