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New year, new places to see and new ways to save on your Rocky Mountaineer journey

VANCOUVER, B.C. – (January 04, 2019)– Rocky Mountaineer, the largest privately owned luxury tourist train in the world, is ringing in the new year with two promotions. The 2019 Classic Journey Offer gives guests $240 off a three-night journey in GoldLeaf Service. Along with the new offer, Rocky Mountaineer has brought back its Stay & Play promotion where guests can receive up to $400 USD in added value, per couple. With new ways to save, there’s no better time than now to experience a luxurious journey through the untouched beauty of the Canadian Rockies.

One eligible vacation package for the 2019 Classic Journey Offer is the First Passage to the West Classic, where two days onboard Rocky Mountaineer are combined with overnight stays in Vancouver, Kamloops and Banff.

Travelers who book the Stay & Play offer can receive $400 in added value to spend on additional hotel nights, sightseeing tours, Alaska cruises and more. Eligible vacation packages qualified for the Stay & Play promotion include the following new 2019 destination packages:

The 2019 Classic Journey Offer is available now through January 31, 2019 and the Stay & Play promotion is available now through March 1, 2019 on qualifying 2019 vacation packages.

The promotions are available for a limited time and must be requested at the time of booking. The offer has no cash value and other restrictions may apply. For more information about the offers, please contact Rocky Mountaineer at 1-877-460-3200 or For the latest news, follow on Twitter or Instagram, tune into YouTube, and connect on Facebook.

About Rocky Mountaineer
Rocky Mountaineer is the world’s largest privately owned luxury tourist train and, since 1990, has welcomed more than two million guests to inhale the mountain air and let nature take their breath away. Guests can choose from over 65 vacation packages and four unique rail routes, which travel through iconic destinations such as Seattle, WA, Vancouver, B.C., and the majestic Canadian Rockies in Alberta. The unparalleled experience onboard the all domed fleet offers rich, historic storytelling, world class cuisine, and a first-hand look at the vast and untouched wild beauty of Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest.

*Access to Rocky Mountaineer’s new photo library is available upon request.

Media Contacts:
Nicole Ford
Director, Communications
Rocky Mountaineer

Jina Michael-Smith
Associate Director
Citizen Relations

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