Brightline Tickets Now Available For Sale

Brightline has launched sales of tickets for the new train service between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

There are two pricing tiers available – $10 and $15.

Initial service starts January 13, and runs 10 to 11 times a day between the two cities. The trip is blocked at 40 minutes.

The $15 ticket includes complimentary snacks and beverages, wider seats, and access to a lounge.

There will also packs and passes, including monthly, 7-day, weekend and 10 rides. An annual pass with unlimited travel is also offered for business travelers. Prices were not available.

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Yet Another Anonymous
3 years ago

That’s not bad for rapid intercity transit. And 40 minutes is very good time for that speed, it means they really maintain that 79 mph top speed the whole time.

Anonymous
3 years ago

OT: Anyone else constantly refresh around 1pm for the day’s upload?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Can’t wait till it expands to Orlando and Tampa

Anonymous
3 years ago

And hopefully Jacksonville as well.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Get Miami hooked in and we’re getting somewhere…

Oscar
3 years ago

Really curious to see their pricing for WPB – Miami, and Broward – Miami. As the first major private passenger rail to open in – I don’t know, forever – it’s going to be extremely interesting to see how the market responds to their strategy and vice versa.

BDub
3 years ago

Eager to try Miami – Broward. Station is reasonable walk to/from Broward Center.

Anonymous
3 years ago

and from /to the Lots of new residential buildings in the Flagler Village.

Anonymous
3 years ago

better pound those drinks for the short ride.. :/

Educated Opinion
3 years ago

These are introductory prices. They won’t last at this price, unfortunately; however, once it’s all fully connected it will make more sense to charge more. This should be an interesting one to watch.

Anonymous
3 years ago

This article is a bit misleading. You failed to mentioned that this pricing is 100% introduction-only pricing and not the actual pricing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

and by “a bit”, I mean “completely”.

marc
3 years ago

Nice but I thought it was supposed to be a 30 minute ride.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully the actual service is better than their roll out strategy.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Quick someone film and send into NowYouKnow Tesla show on YouTube!!!

Yet Another Anonymous
3 years ago

Wrong article.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The $15 ticket includes complimentary snacks and beverages.

Ill take the $10 ticket and bring some dollar menu Mcdonalds in my bad and a bottle water from home.

Anonymous
3 years ago

…and the website glitches out.

Miami Hurricane
3 years ago

I give 18 months until they realize they can charge at least $20 in South Florida for the Smart Service, hopefully pricing doesn’t move much on the basic service.

Eric J. Snyder
3 years ago

Yea! Go Brightline! Miami needs to get in to the 21st Century already. Can’t wait until MiamiCentral comes online. It’ll help me in deciding if I really want to drive up to Ft Lauderdale to meet up with friends at rush hour. The BL station in FLL is in such a great central location.

Anonymous
3 years ago

21st Century !!!???? LMAO !!!!!! more like the 1930’s !!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Fantastic!!!! Small town Suburban haters most be in physical pain.

Anonymous
3 years ago

???

Anonymous
3 years ago

First they said it was never going to happen, now they claim it wont survive because people in South Florida will never use public transportation.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Well, how can you speak of its performance when it hasn’t even started?