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ScotRail brings back ‘Club 55’

Rail customers aged over 55 will have a spring in their step when ScotRail’s most popular ticket offer returns on 22 May.

As a bonus, prices have been frozen at autumn 2010 rates.

Club 55 gives eligible customers the chance to travel anywhere in Scotland for £18 return. The offer also includes Berwick-upon-Tweed or Carlisle.

And for an extra treat, customers can upgrade to First Class for just £23 First Class return on selected routes with Club 55 Premier.

Graeme Macfarlan, ScotRail’s marketing manager, said:

“Club 55 remains our most popular offer.

“Summer is on the way and it’s the perfect time to take a short break or a couple of day trips without breaking the bank – especially if the sun is shining.”

Club 55 customers can start their journeys early, provided they do not arrive into Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen or Dundee before 09.30 on weekdays. This gives them plenty of time to enjoy a host of spectacular, scenic journeys. Some evening conditions apply.

The offer runs until 30 June 2011 for outward travel – with return travel valid for one month from the date of the outward journey.

Senior Railcard holders and Disabled Persons Railcard holders over 55 get the bonus of a £2 discount on both fares.

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