Affordable train tickets: Travel in Germany from EUR 21.50

Buy a saver fare ticket for fast, inexpensive travel within Germany. ICE trains are also covered by this offer.

Risk-free booking: You can cancel the saver fare ticket for a fee before the first day of validity.

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Advantages

  • City-Ticket included for local transport in Germany
  • Can be cancelled for a fee before the first day of validity.
  • Valid on long-distance trains (ICE, IC/EC)
  • Use of local public transport (RE, RB, IRE, S-Bahn) is also possible if specified at the time of booking
  • 25% discount with the BahnCard 25 or BahnCard 50

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Saver fare or super saver fare?

Super saver fare
Saver fare
2nd-class travel for as little as EUR 17.90
1st-class travel for as little as EUR 26.90
2nd-class travel for as little as EUR 21.50
1st-class travel for as little as EUR 32.30
City-Ticket not included for local transport in Germany (in the respective area of validity)
City-Ticket included for local transport in Germany (in the respective area of validity)
No cancellations
EUR 10 cancellation fee, refund issued as a voucher

Terms and conditions

German name of the offer

Sparpreis

Price

2nd-class travel for as little as EUR 21.50
1st-class travel for as little as EUR 32.30

Single journey, subject to availability

Price for children travelling with parents/grandparents

Children aged 0-14 always travel for free.
Children aged 6-14 must be included when booking tickets.

Price for children travelling alone or accompanied

Children aged 0-5 always travel for free.
Children aged 6-14 pay half the adult fare.

Availability

From 6 months in advance to shortly before travel.

Train-specific travel

If you have a saver fare ticket, you can only travel on the service indicated on the ticket. The offers are available for ICE/IC/EC connections within Germany. You can use local rail services (e.g. RE, RB, IRE and S-Bahn or non-DB trains) to get to/from the long-distance station if you include them in your booking. You are not restricted to travelling on a specific train when using local rail services. However, your journey must be completed by 10 am the following day.

BahnCard discount

A BahnCard 25 or 50 gets you a 25% discount

City-Ticket

City-Ticket included for journeys of over 100 km and valid in over 120 towns/cities.

DB Lounge

no access

Cancellation

Until 1 day before the 1st day of validity:
Fee of EUR 10. Refund issued as a voucher.

On and after the 1st day of validity:
No cancellations.

The map of Germany shows you the stations where you can start and end your journey:

What's the difference between a saver and flexible fare?

The video explains the difference between the two offers (in German with English subtitles).

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