Brightline has unveiled a new pass that offers 12 rides on its high-speed train between Orlando and Miami for prices starting at $1,199.
The company announced its All-Station Shared Pass on Monday, October 16.
The pass is designed “for guests who plan to travel frequently between South Florida and Orlando,” according to Barbara Drahl, who works as the Senior Vice President of Marketing & Commercial Strategy at Brightline.
The shared pass features a SMART class option for $1,199, and a PREMIUM class option for $2,299. All of the rides purchased with the pass may be shared and are valid for up to 90 days, according to the company.
“The pass can be shared to book rides for friends, family, and colleagues, putting guests in control to embark on adventures, business meetings, and cherished family getaways with ease,” according to Drahl.
In addition to the Orlando-based pass, the company also announced a new SoFlo Solo Pass for travel “exclusive to South Florida.” That pass has fares starting at $399 for the SMART class.
Earlier this month, Brightline announced that it was nearly doubling its number of daily trips from Orlando to Miami. The company originally offered 16 trips when it began services on September 22.
For more information on the All-Station Shared Pass, or to schedule a ride, visit Brightline online.