Saigon Railways offering up to 50% off train tickets

Saigon Railways is offering a 50% discount to passengers who buy train tickets at least 60 days prior to departure, in a bid to boost post-summer sales, the railway operator has said.

Passengers who buy tickets from 30 to 59 days prior to departure dates will receive a 30% discount, the railway company added.

The promotion is applicable to the following trains; SE3, SE4, SE7, SE8, SE21, SE22, TN1, and TN2, with a travel period between September 10 and December 31.

Ticket refund or change is acceptable at least 72 hours prior to departure, Saigon Railways said.

The railway company announced that passengers will be entitled to a 20 percent discount when buying tickets to board SE3, SE4, SE7, SE8, SE21, SE22, TN1, TN2, SE25, SE26, SNT1, SNT2, SPT1, SPT2, N11, N12, SNT9, and SNT6, from August 15 onwards.

The railway operator also said that four pairs of trains, including TN1-TN2, SE 25-SE 26, SNT1-SNT2, and SPT1-SPT2, will stop at Di An Station in the southern province of Binh Duong to carry passengers.

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