Amtrak schedule Chicago to St. Louis
7 train schedule found from Chicago to St. Louis on Sunday, December 08. Price starting at USD 71.00 traveling on Amtrak
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How to get cheap Amtrak train tickets from Chicago to St. Louis?
Amtrak offer a total of 7 train schedules to St. Louis.
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Keep in mind that in all train departure times from Chicago have different ticket prices based on fare options.
What is shown on the list is the cheapest fare type still available if Saver, Value, Flexible or Premium.
On this trip, tickets are available starting on USD 71.00 and this is the lower trip price you can get on Sunday, December 08 2019.
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How much cost tickets to St. Louis?
Amtrak tickets to St. Louis costs between USD 71.00 and USD 92.00 each seat.
This USD 71.00 train leaves at 09:25 from Chicago train station at Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI).
On the contrary, the train leaving at 17:15 have the most expensive ticket to St. Louis for about USD 92.00.
During holidays and peak seasons fares are generally higher.
How easy is to get by train to St. Louis from Chicago?
On average you find 7 daily Amtrak Chicago to St. Louis schedules.
Usually, there are 49 train departures every week on this route.
Amtrak operates a large fleet to St. Louis.
It is an average of 7 departures per day and 210 trips every month.
Where are located Chicago and St. Louis train stations?
For this trip to St. Louis, you can get on board at Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI).
Moreover, get off the train at St. Louis, MO - Gateway Station (STL).
Most Amtrak stations in major cities, and many other stations across the country, are accessible to passengers with a disability.
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When is the first and last train departing from Chicago on Sunday, December 08 2019?
The first train time to St. Louis is at 07:00.
The last departure time from Chicago is at 19:00.
How far apart is St. Louis from Chicago?
The train traveling average length from Chicago to St. Louis is around 1h 35m.
Getting Amtrak fastest train from Chicago, you probably arrive in about in St. Louis.
Amtrak does not normally guarantee connections of less than 60 minutes.
Usually 90 minutes between arriving long-distance trains and local trains in the Northeast Corridor.
Which is the best way for train booking?
There are many different secure forms of acquiring a ticket.
The more comfortable, secure and faster way is to get your eTicket online at Amtrak website.
Alternatively, you can book at a Quik-Trak Kiosk or directly at the counter.
- Amtrak phone number: +1 215-856-7924
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