The German railway company, Deutsche Bahn, has kindly allotted us a quota of special price train tickets. Additionally, they are even cheaper then last year.
Compared to last year, you can now choose between four types of tickets: fixed tickets (you have to choos a train at the time of booking your ticket) and regular tickets (you hop on every train you like), bookable on- and offline, first or second class.
- class, fixed: 89,00 Euro
- class, fixed: 149,00 Euro
- Only available at http://www.bahn.de/p/view/home/aktion/28c3
- class, fixed: 99,00Euro
- class, fixed: 159,00 Euro
- Regular ticket: add 20,00 Euro
- Only bookable by calling +49 (0)1805 / 31 11 53
Features of your train-ticket:
- Valid for a round-trip: Any DB-Station > Berlin > Any DB-Station
- Earliest possible day of travel: 23.12.2011
- Last possible day of travel: 04.01.2012
- Exchange/Refund-fee before first day of ticket-validity: 15 Euro
- Bookable 92 days before first day of travel, at earliest the 18.10.2011
- Ticket can be purchased until 3 days prior departure
- Fixed tickets only available while supplies last
- Regular tickets are available without limitation.
- Seating-reservation is not included and subject to further charges.
The tickets may only be booked by calling the following DB-Hotline: +49 (0)1805 / 31 11 53 (except online-tickets. Those can – obviously – only be booked online). State “28C3” or “Chaos Communication Congress” at time of booking. (This call costs you 0,14 Euro from German landline, cellphone and foreign calls may be a lot more expensive).
All booked tickets have to be payed by direct debit or credit card – afterwards you can collect them as “BahnTix” at any DB-vendingmachine near you. Onlinetickets will be delivered as PDF or (with additional costs) by snailmail..
BahnCard 25- and BahnCard 50-rebate is not granted on this tickets. You can’t buy this tickets on board of the train. Change of class is not possible.
If you have any questions concerning this offer, please contact Martin directly by Mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave your message in the comments.