CC Rail Mail: $30 off Great America Tickets, Call Center Hours, BOGO Saturdays, and Safety First on the Capitol Corridor

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Save $30 on Great America Admission Tickets

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Summer is the perfect time to head to an amusement park for thrilling rides and fun with family and friends. Just in time for amusement park season, the Capitol Corridor has partnered with Great America to offer riders $30 off park admission when you show your Amtrak/Capitol Corridor train ticket at the entrance. This deal is good from June 5 through August 11, 2017. Visit the Great America website for hours of operation, and don’t forget to check out our Offers & Promotions page for ways to save on your train fare!

Call Center Hours Changing on June 5

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Effective Monday, June 5, the hours of operation for the Capitol Corridor Transit Information Center will be changing. With the overall number of calls we receive declining, we are reducing the hours of operation from 8am – 9pm to 8am – 6pm, Monday through Saturday. In addition, the Call Center will be closed on Sundays. Trip planning assistance and features are available to you 24/7 by visiting our website,

Buy One, Get One Free on Saturdays Ending June 30


With only a few weeks to go before the official start of summer, you can still take advantage of our Buy One, Get One Free Saturdays deal – buy one full-fare ticket for travel on any Saturday, and get one companion fare absolutely FREE. But you’ll need to book soon, as this BOGO deal ends on June 30, 2017. Think of all the exciting places you can go along the Capitol Corridor – from Old Sacramento or Great America with the kids, to shopping with your BFF in Berkeley, a night on the town in San Francisco, or exciting sports and entertainment events all along our route. Book online today and see where BOGO Saturdays can take you.

From the Blog: Safety First on the Capitol Corridor

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At the Capitol Corridor, safety is our top priority – for our passengers, our staff, and members of the communities along our route. Safety is a big part of what we do every day. We know you don’t often hear about the “behind the scenes” safety and security efforts, so check out our latest blog post – which gives a quick overview of what we’re doing to keep our service safe and secure.