Date: January 9, 2023 Time: 18:28:20
Ouigo, a subsidiary of the French company SNCF, has once again promoted its popular ‘Pink Days’ campaign for the next 10 and 11 January, in which tickets can be obtained for 9, 15 and 19 euros on all the lines on which which the company operates. In this way, the Madrid-Zaragoza-Tarragona-Barcelona and Madrid-Valencia routes will have some notable promotions for customers who plan to travel this Tuesday or Wednesday.
The promotion will be available from 9:00 a.m. on January 10 to 11:59 p.m. on January 11 on the high-speed train operator’s website and app, as explained in a statement. These rates are used on adult trips, since the company maintains the flat rate that it always offers of 5 euros for children between 4 and 13 years of age, and the free rate for children up to 3 years of age if they travel in the arms of a adult.
This January ‘Pink Days’ campaign follows the one Ouigo launched last November, when tickets for less than 15 euros were also released for two days on the Madrid-Valencia line to celebrate the two-month inauguration of this route in which many travelers have allowed themselves to travel at very competitive prices.
“Ouigo returns with this other flash offer in January because we want to help our travelers overcome the dreaded cost after Christmas and to continue traveling at high speed in 2023 without penalizing their pockets,” said the Sales and Marketing Director of Ouigo Spain. Federico Couple.
The train, essential for sustainable mobility
The French company considers it essential to change transport habits to make Spain a much more sustainable country in its mobility. Ouigo trains have a capacity for 509 single unit seats and 1,018 multiple unit seats that pollute on average 80 and 50 times less than a plane and a car, respectively. In this line, the company has just launched a new concept that it wants to lead and that it has called Open Sustainability, with which it conceives that only goods and services accessible to citizens can be considered respectful with the environment.
Ouigo began operating in Spain in May 2021 with the Madrid-Zaragoza-Tarragona-Barcelona line and, since then, added to the start of operations in Valencia last October, the company has transported more than 4.35 million passengers. travelers, with an average occupancy rate of over 93%.