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Brightline deals: Free tickets for kids, free shuttles to Miami shows & more

Whether for work or play, railroads offer an enticing option for zipping around South Florida. Brightline, the high-speed rail system, offers snacks and drinks for purchase on board – plus deals!


Brightline deals include:

  • Kids younger than 12 ride free with purchase of adult ticket, while offer is ongoing
  • Free shuttles from Feb. 24-27 from Miami station to South Beach Wine & Food Festival on South Beach
  • If riding with at least three other passengers, use promo code ALLABOARD to receive 25 percent off SMART fares; valid for up to 16 people while offer is ongoing
  • Free entry opportunity for participating venues with your ticket (venues include Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale and Frost Museum of Science in Miami)

Restrictions and exceptions may apply. Be sure to check for deal expiration dates as well. 

South Florida’s Brightline stations are located in:

For more information on Brightline, click here.

Other transportation deals in South Florida

Tri-Rail offers $5 fares on weekends

Entertainment in South Florida


Patti Roth

About Patti Roth

Patti Roth, the editor of Fort Lauderdale on the Cheap, scouts out state and national deals, discounts and coupons for our readers, finding the real deals and presenting them in an easy-to-read format. A veteran newspaper and magazine writer and a longtime South Florida resident, she has written for The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Travel and Life, E Environmental Magazine, Dog Fancy, Cat Fancy, US Architecture and Send your cheap tips to her at

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