Travel anywhere in Scotland for just £16 return

Last updated: Thursday, 8 October 2020

ScotRail’s Club 50 members can get the New Year off to a flyer, thanks to the launch of a new £16 flat fare return ticket.

The ticket can be bought online, in station and by phone and allows Club 50 members to travel, off-peak, to any part of Scotland.

The offer is in addition to 20% online, off peak, discount that Club 50 members enjoy throughout the year on the ScotRail network.

ScotRail Commercial Director, Cathy Craig said:

“When we launched our new Club 50 last year, we said that we would be bringing in brilliant benefits like discounted year round travel as well as having great flat fare offers. Over a hundred thousand people signed up to join and are already reaping the benefits of being a member. Today those benefits just got greater.

“This ticket offer is even better than the product that 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.

“We are investing hundreds of millions of pounds in new trains, providing thousands of extra seats and delivering great benefits to our customers like better onboard catering, at-seat power points and better WiFi on our trains. Club 50 members will get access to all of this, plus great offers like the one we are announcing today. If you can join the club, but haven’t – what are you waiting for!?”


The Club 50 £16 Flat Fare offer is valid for outward travel from 4th January until 19th March 2016 inclusive. Return tickets are valid for one month and all return travel must be completed by 18th April 2016.

The offer is restricted to two tickets per member – and all passengers travelling must be Club 50 members.

The tickets are for Off-Peak travel around Scotland. They can be bought online here and you must be logged in to your Club 50 account. You can also buy them by phone 0344 811 0141, in staffed stations or on train at stations where no ticket issuing facilities exist.