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Deutsche Bahn Tickets from 19.90€

Super Saver Tickets are back in time for Easter!

Deutsche Bahn are now offering their Super Saver Tickets for Easter and the May Bank Holiday. Tickets are limited so be an early bird and get the cheep-est tickets!

Terms and Conditions

  • Tickets are limited.
  • Discounted tickets available until June 30.
  • 2nd Super Saver Tickets from 19.90€, 1st Class Super Saver Tickets from 29.90€.
  • Tickets are available on high-speed ICE trains and fast IC/EC trains.
  • Children up to 14 can travel for free, name(s) must be added to the ticket at the time of purchase.
  • Up to a further 25% off with a Bahncard.
  • Tickets are non-exchangable and non-refundable.

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All information about Super Sparpreis tickets from Deutsche Bahn For train travel throughout Germany: from €19.90 (2nd class) or €29.90 (1st class). Valid for long-distance travel for ICE, IC / EC and IC bus travel, RE, RB, IRE and S-Bahn travel at the departure and destination. Bookable from 1 August 2018 (for tickets up to 6 months in advance). Holders of a Bahncard 25 or Bahncard 50 receive a further 25% discount. Super Saver Tickets are valid only for the train selected at the time of booking. In order to also use RE, RB, IRE and S-Bahn at the departure and destination, the corresponding stops must be selected. Exchange and refund of the tickets are not possible. There is also the Super Sparpreis Europe for various European connections, where the start or destination is in Germany. Tickets will be available for the following countries: Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France.

Changes in the price

With the introduction of the Super Sparpreises there are also some changes for the normal economy price. From the 1st of August you can book discounted tickets from € 23.90 for the 2nd class and from € 35.90 for the 1st class. Savings rates can be refunded for a travel voucher. In addition, a cancellation fee of 10 € will be charged.

The new extended City Ticket Option

For travelers who travel more than 100 km with Flexprice or Sparpreis tickets, the City Ticket is included from August. Previously, the City Ticket was only included when booking with a BahnCard. The City Ticket allows the use of buses, subways, trams and commuter trains in 126 German cities, if this is the starting point or destination of the train connection. However, the use of public transport may be limited to the city center.


Deutsche Bahn: Schedules and Timetables

Deutsche Bahn's principal hubs are the main train stations of Germany's larger cities, such as Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg and Dusseldorf. It has rail links to other European countries, including Denmark, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and The Netherlands. Its trains and buses cater for all levels of travel; local commuting, business travel and tourism.

Frankfurt to Munich Trains
Berlin to Leipzig Trains
Frankfurt to Berlin Trains
Berlin to Hamburg Trains
Munich to Berlin Trains

Find a PDF version of Deutsche Bahn times here.

Deutsche Bahn Services

Deutsche Bahn has two main subsidiaries. DB Fernverkehr AG operates the InterCity and InterCityExpress trains in Germany. It also operates EuroCity trains throughout Europe. These services are aimed at business travellers and tourists. German passengers can book certain tickets online, and print them when purchased. Passengers can also reserve seats, purchase travel insurance and make use of a courier luggage service. DB Regio AG operates services for short and medium distance journeys. The subsidiary is subdivided into 8 DB Regio companies, for example, DB Regio Bayern operates trains in Bavaria. DB Regio also operates the S-Bahn or local train network in Hamburg and Berlin, and it owns 25 bus companies.

Deutsche Bahn FAQs

When does Deutsche Bahn require a seat reservation?

A seat reservation is recommended for travelling during peak times when a lot of commuters and business customers are travelling. Seat reservations are included in all Deutsche Bahn first class adult train tickets if a child is also on the ticket then a seat must be purchased. Seats can be can be reserved on Deutsche Bahn trains using the Omio App.

When does it make sense to travel in 1st class?

Travelling long-distance in DB's first class provides a completely different, more relaxed atmosphere, with a higher level of comfort and service. If you have to work while travelling on the train, a first class ticket is definitely worth the higher price.

When do I have to reserve a space for my bicycle?

On most long-distance train trips, a reservation is required for bicycles, which costs an additional €9 (£8). Also double check before you travel if your

Deutsche Bahn's food: How is the food on a Deutsche Bahn train?

Deutsche Bahn offers food in both the Bordbistro and Bordrestaurant on-board. The menu is varied from Chilli con Carne, to roast pork with dumplings, to a variety of salads.

How long are Deutsche Bahn's transfers? If I miss my connection will my ticket carry over to the next train?

Depending on the train station, Deutsche Bahn transfer time usually lasts between 4-10 minutes depending on the internal negotiations between individual trains and railway companies. If a Deutsche Bahn train is at least 20 minutes late at thedestination train station, it is possible to use all other trains to reach your destination station.

Which Deutsche Bahn trains have WiFi and how good is the reception?

ICE Trains: Deutsche Bahn's ICE trains have free WiFi in both first and second class.

What assistance does Deutsche Bahn offer for mobility-impaired passengers?

Deutsche Bahn offers various assistance to passengers with reduced mobility. In order to make a barrier-free journey possible without complications, one should at least one day before the trip the offers avail.
  • Mobility service centre: Here disabled persons can book the required service in advance. This works both online and under the telephone number 0180 6512512
  • Porters: Train and station personnel help you get started with the trains. Ramps and other devices are available for this purpose.
  • Seating: Restricted passengers have extra seats near the train doors. These can be booked in advance as well as all other places.
  • Traveling companions and Seeing-Eye Dogs: Wheelchairs are always carried on-board. Accompanying persons receive free seat reservations.
  • Services at Train Stations: The larger railway stations of Deutsche Bahn are equipped with various auxiliary functions. Many of them are equipped with elevators. In addition, acoustic signals and announcements facilitate orientation.

Deutsche Bahn is the biggest and most important transport company in germany and one of the best organized train companies in the world.

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