ÖBB starts ticket sales for 2023: Prices will not be increased for the time being

Control car in Wiener Neustadt (Photo: Robert Spohr).
Control car in Wiener Neustadt (Photo: Robert Spohr).

ÖBB starts ticket sales for 2023: Prices will not be increased for the time being

Control car in Wiener Neustadt (Photo: Robert Spohr).
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ÖBB will open ticket sales tomorrow for the 2023 timetable, which will apply from December 11th. Anyone who accesses before December 11 still pays the current price, according to an ÖBB spokesman for ORF. At the end of the year, ticket prices for passenger transport are to be increased.

At the beginning of September, ÖBB boss Andreas Matthä agreed with customers about rising tariffs. Ticket prices for passenger transport would increase "very moderately, well below the inflation rate" at the end of the year. He did not give specific numbers. The new timetable will apply from December 11th, ticket sales for the new timetable will start tomorrow. Tickets purchased before December 11th are available at the current rate. By the end of the year at the latest, tickets will be more expensive. "Almost all connections" can also be called up in the ÖBB Scotty timetable information from tomorrow. There may still be changes in local and long-distance passenger transport. The ÖBB asks all travelers to find out about the current timetable of their connection in good time before their journey.

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