Enjoy ⅓ off adult rail fares and a treat or two with deals on meals, days out and much more with the Disabled Persons Railcard.

  • The Railcard is just £20, a cost that can be made back in just one or two trips
  • An adult companion travelling with you also gets 1/3 off their rail fare
  • Over a year, you could save an average of £105**. 
  • You can use the Railcard at any time of the day.
  • You could save even more with a 3-year Railcard for £54!

Not only do you save on your train fare, but you can also use your Railcard to get discounts on restaurants, hotels and a chance to win fantastic competition prizes. Take a look at the Are You Eligible? page to see if this is the right Railcard for you.

We have teamed up with some great brands to create offers for you and your travel companion. Check out our Offers & Competitions page to find out more.

MORE savings with a 3-year Disabled Persons Railcard.

If you’re planning on travelling by train over the next three years, a 3-Year Railcard can save you even more money. At just £54 it will save you £6 on the price of three 1-Year Railcards.


Save your digital Railcard on up to 2 devices.

Sometimes life has its moments, and you run out of battery or end up losing your phone. If you’re travelling with an adult companion or have another device like a tablet, you can always download the Railcard App and sign in with your account, sorted!
For more info on how to use your Disabled Persons Railcard head over to Using your Railcard.




** Average saving is based on the average savings made by Disabled Persons Railcard holders between April 2022 and March 2023, excluding price of Railcard.

^ Average saving per journey is based on the average savings made by Disabled Persons Railcard holders between April 2022 and March 2023.


You can also update your details here.


Don't forget you must be able to show your digital Railcard when buying tickets and travelling.

Passenger Assist

We will always do our best to help customers that need assistance when travelling by train.

If you need help for an upcoming journey, you can book assistance through the train company you are travelling with.  

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Know someone who could also benefit from 1/3 off rail fares? Tell them about the Disabled Persons Railcard.