I'm an old fart & belong to Facebook but really don't understand why people like it so much!!! I read on AGR that you get exclusive offers thru Facebook? Any info appreciated!
Posted 22 May 2017 - 02:32 PM
A Rookie No More! But Still A Lot Of Track To Travel !!!
Silver Meteor #97(6) & #98 (4), Silver Star #91 (2), Capitol Limited #29 & #30(6), Empire Builder #7,#8,#27(2) (4) Coast Starlight #11 (6) & #14(5), California Zephyr #5 (2) & #6 (5), Cascades #506, City of New Orleans #58, #59 (2), South West Chief #3 (4), Lake Shore Limited #49, Maple Leaf #63, San Joaquin #714, Pacific Surfliner #774, Texas Eagle #422 (2), Cardinal #50, Crescent #19, Sunset Limited #1. Approx. 60,169 miles & 41 states!
Posted 22 May 2017 - 03:07 PM
Take the train instead and enjoy the ride!
The view is much better at 3 feet than it is at 30,000 feet!
Posted 22 May 2017 - 03:13 PM
I have not noticed any special offers on their Facebook page. However, if you like the Amtrak page you will see those occasional rail travel photos from Amtrak on your newsfeed. I recently shared one of their Facebook posts. It had a superb photo of the Southwest Chief, heading through the western terrain of the Southwest. So it works like another form of adversing, and when we share their posts, more people will see it.
Edited by abcnews, 22 May 2017 - 03:15 PM.
Posted 22 May 2017 - 04:01 PM
A few years ago you could get a hundred or two points for linking your Facebook with your AGR account which would allow you to log in to AGR using your Facebook account. I did it, got the points, and unlinked the two! For the several months or so, I so no advantage (to me) in doing so so broke the connection. Probably too much information sharing going on!
29,076 miles on the Coast Starlight, Sunset Limited, Texas Eagle, Southwest Chief, Empire Builder, California Zephyr and Capitol Limited.
5540 miles booked for this fall on the Sunset Limited, City of New Orleans, Illini/Saluki, Southwest Chief.
More miles on the Pacific Surfliner, Metrolink, White Pass and Yukon Route, Grand Canyon Railway, Napa Valley Wine Train, Fillmore and Western and private railcars with LARail.com
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