Until now reserved for young people aged 16 to 27, the Max offer is extended from March 30 to travelers over 60. It allows you to take the main line trains at will… But under certain conditions.

Travel as much as you want for €79 per month. The concept, launched in 2017 for young people aged 16 to 27 under the name of TGVmax, is extended to travelers aged 60 and over from this Wednesday, March 30. The offer, now called “Max” and available in “Max Young” and “Max Senior”, allows unlimited travel in second class on the TGV inOui, the Intercités with compulsory reservation and the national night trains, to all French destinations, as well as to Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany and Luxembourg.

Please note that the offer is subject to several restrictions. Travel must take placeMonday to Friday, apart from peak periods such as major departure days, departures during school holidays, eves and bridge days“, specifies the SNCF. In addition, the number of seats allocated to the Max offer is limited per train.

Three months minimum commitment

As the subscription is 100% digital, subscription is done online on the maxsenior-tgvinoui.sncf website. Subscribers can travel as much as they want provided they make a reservation beforehand on the SNCF Connect website or application, or on an alternative platform such as Trainline. Up to six reservations can be made at the same time.

Eligible trains are open for booking 30 days before departure and seats are added continuously until the day of departure“, indicates the SNCF in a press release. Note that it is necessary to confirm your reservation no later than the day before departure at 5 p.m., failing which the ticket is automatically cancelled. An SMS and an email are sent two days before departure to remind you of this process.

By subscribing to the Max offer, subscribers commit to a minimum of three months. Termination is possible after three months of subscription, for a fee of €15, and it is free after twelve months.

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