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Scotrail’s Club 50 members can start the new year with a trip anywhere in Scotland, thanks to the launch of a new £16 flat fare return ticket. This means if you are trying to get around Scotland and see some of the more beautiful remote locations this is the perfect opportunity for you. Take advantage of the deal while you can because it won’t last forever! The reduced rate ticket, which is only to be bought by travelers over the age of 50 online, in stations, and by phone, allows members of the over-50s club to travel, off-peak, to any part of Scotland they so desire.

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ScotRail commercial director Cathy Craig said: “This ticket offer is even better than the deal we offered as part of the old Club 55. I’m sure that thousands of Club 50 members will use it to travel right across Scotland to see family and friends or just to visit a part of the country they have never been to before.” This short-term deal was enacted in hopes that Scottish travelers will take full advantage of the opportunity and maybe discover a new part of Scotland that they always wanted to travel to. Increased tourism and travel are to be expected as a result of the ScotRail Club 50 flat rate deal.

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