Starting 16 October, Arlanda Express will launch a new “Early Bird” ticket, whereby passengers will only pay SEK 195 one-way for tickets purchased at least seven days in advance. This is part of a change to ticket prices and categories that is aimed at providing passengers with the best ticket for their journey at the best price.
The new Early Bird ticket can be purchased on the Arlanda Express website up to 7 days before the date of travel, and represents a discount of over 30% on the standard full fare. Adults may be accompanied by up to four children aged 0-17 free of charge.
The introduction of the new Early Bird ticket is in response to extensive customer feedback on how they use the Arlanda Express. “Stockholm is a city with a high number of single households, and customers told us that they often travel on their own. We wanted to offer these adults travelling on their own an affordable alternative” says Per Thorstenson, CEO of Arlanda Express.
At the same time, Arlanda Express is retaining its campaign tickets that offer attractive discounts to people travelling together. The fare is SEK 350 for a group of two people, SEK 450 for three people and SEK 550 for four people travelling between Thursdays and Sundays.
As part of the simplification of the product offering, the existing 90/30/14 day Early Bird tickets, 6 hour ticket, student ticket, and 50-trip travelcard will be discontinued. The price of a standard journey will increase by SEK 15. Up to four children aged 0–17 accompanied by an adult may continue to travel free of charge.
“We offer industry-leading punctuality and service. This simplified offering makes it easier for more people to travel with us,” says Per Thorstenson, CEO of Arlanda Express.
The complete new price list can be found at the link below:
For more information, contact:
Per Thorstenson, CEO Arlanda Express
Tel: +46 (0)8 588 890 20, Mobile: +46 (0)73-688 90 20
About Arlanda Express
Arlanda Express is the fastest way between Stockholm Central and Arlanda Airport. The trains run six times an hour during peak periods and once every fifteen minutes off-peak. The journey takes a maximum of 20 minutes. Arlanda Express has been designated by the Nature Conservation Association as a Good Environmental Choice. Traffic started in 1999. So far, 75 million people have travelled on the ArlandaLink between Stockholm and Arlanda Airport and in, 2017, over 3.7 million passengers used Arlanda Express for their trips to and from the airport