Do you regularly make long rail journeys throughout Belgium? Enjoy unlimited travel throughout the rail network with the Unlimited Season Ticket.

Practical info

To buy your first Unlimited Season Ticket, you've got two options :

  • Online via My SNCB. Click 'Buy new subscription' and follow the steps up to the payement screen.

  • At the ticket counter at a station of choice with:
    • your electronic ID card
    • your MoBIB card (if you already have one)

Don't have a MoBIB card yet? No problem! You'll get one online or at the counter for a processing fee of € 5 when buying your first season ticket.

Online:

  • Log into your My SNCB account (or create an account)
  • Select the season ticket, which you would like to renew and renew it!

In station :

  • At the ticket office
  • At the ticket machines

Are you aged between 18 and 24 and want to renew your SNCB + TEC Next or Horizon 18-24 season ticket? Go to the ticket office to create a new SNCB + TEC EXPRESS season ticket. With the new TEC 18-24, you enjoy an advantageous rate.

Price (€)

validity 2nd class 1st class
1 month 336 517
3 months
940 1447
12 months 3357 5169
  • The majority of your train pass (an average of 67% for a 2nd class pass) and of your supplement (an average of 71.8%) is legally required to be reimbursed by the employer. So you can take unlimited trains between home and office for an average of 33% of the cost of a 2nd class pass. If your employer enters into a third party payer agreement for commuting with SNCB, you only have to pay your own part at the time of purchase and no longer have to advance the full amount.
  • Free travel to work? For employees from the private sector, there is the possibility of a free train pass, possibly supplemented with a free STIB/MIVB supplement. This depends on what your employer offers. To travel to work free of charge, your employer needs to conclude a third-party payer agreement for commuting with SNCB. Employees of the Federal Government can also apply for a free train pass, possibly supplemented with a free STIB/MIVB supplement.
  • If your employer has concluded a third-party payer agreement for B-parking with SNCB, you can also park entirely free of charge in B-Parking pay car parks at the station (subject to availability). Parking at (smaller) stations is often free of charge.
  • Contact your HR or mobility manager for the possibilities.
Take a look at the overview of our season tickets or calculate the price according to your itinerary, your age and the frequency of your train journeys.

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