ScotRail Customers can BOGOF…. Buy One Get One Free on rail tickets for use on certain days over the next two weeks.
If you want to do your bit and reduce your carbon footprint after being motivated by COP26 and save money too, then you can take advantage of the offer on outward and return travel any time Sundays to Thursday from 14th to 18th and 21st to 25th November.
ScotRails offer covers most tickets including Standard Class and First Class, Flexipass, Season Tickets and Kids for a Quid.
Passengers can leave their car at home and enjoy a relaxing train ride and let ScotRail take the stain, and on a Sunday too as the Sunday’s service is fully running again.
ScotRail plans to cut its carbon emissions by 10,000 tonnes a year, which is the same as taking 2,238 cars off the road each year, and is committed to achieving net zero by 2035. Traveling from Glasgow to Edinburgh by train rather than by car would save 10kg of CO2 emissions, which is the same as boiling 150 kettles or having the TV on for 109 hours.
Passengers can download their BOGOF voucher once they have registered their details at ScotRail’s website.
The free traveling passenger will need to present this voucher and must be accompanied throughout the train trip with a valid ticket holder. Train tickets can be purchased through the normal ScotRail retail channels, including mTickets.
Lesley Kane, ScotRail Commercial Director, said: “We’ve all been inspired to do our bit to cut CO2 emissions after the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
“Rail is already the most sustainable type of public transport, and we’ve launched this offer to encourage everyone across Scotland to leave the car at home and take the train instead.”