The SNCF unveiled its new fare offer on Tuesday, June 1, part of which comes into force on the same day, to bring travelers back on board trains, after a year 2020 severely affected by the Covid-19 health crisis. The company touts an offer “simpler, more accessible and more readable”.
Seven measures “concrete” make up this new offer, designed in particular around a new unique “Advantage” card for all customers, available with three profiles: Young 12-27 years old, Adult 28-59 years old and Senior over 60 years old. The price of this card is 49 euros.
This card guarantees prices “accessible, even at the last minute”. For card holders, count 39 euros maximum for journeys under 1h30, 59 euros maximum for intermediate journeys up to 3 hours, i.e. 50% of journeys, and 79 euros maximum for journeys of more than 3 hours. hours, or 25% of trips. These prices apply “whatever the day, it can be July 13, Ascension Bridge, Christmas. We guarantee capped prices”, confirmed Christophe Fanichet, CEO of SNCF Voyageurs, on Tuesday on franceinfo.
Thanks to this Advantage card, SNCF Voyageurs expects “over 20 million more trips next year”. Christophe Fanichet’s objective in 2030 is “to have more than 200 million trips on the main lines”.
The SNCF also promises the exchange and free reimbursement of tickets up to three days before departure. On D-2, charges of 15 euros will apply for TGV Inoui. For “evaluate in full transparency” ticket prices, SNCF is implementing a new price indicator available on the oui.sncf site.
To support the development of remote work, SNCF is setting up a new offer, “My annual teleworking package”, equivalent to a 40% reduction compared to the traditional “My annual package” subscription. Also note, a specific offer for seniors and a loyalty program “simpler and more advantageous”, promises the SNCF.