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More options added after initial Tren Maya e-Tickets sell out

Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Tickets for the first offered Campeche to Cancun Tren Maya trip have sold out. However, Maya Train travelers will not have to wait for the release of additional tickets since more time slots have been opened.

On the morning of December 1, authorities released the online information where Tren Maya e-Tickets could be purchased for the December 16 travel date. However, within half-an-hour, the online system reported the only available tickets offered at the time were agotado (sold out).

The first Maya Train tickets offered for December 16 travel sold out in minutes.

As of late Monday, three additional options were added for the Campeche to Cancun Tren Maya route that include 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. departures from Cancun to Campeche and an 11:00 a.m. departure from Campeche to Cancun. The current options are still for December 16 travel.

The travel departure times are local. Travelers need to keep in mind that the state of Quintana Roo where Cancun is located, does not observe Daylight Savings Time and will differ from Campeche, who is currently one hour behind Cancun.

As of late Monday, more tickets for Maya Train travel have been made available.

It is not known how many e-Tickets are being sold online and how many are reserved for in-person purchase through operating Tren Maya stations. The tickets currently being offered run from San Fransicso, Campeche to Cancun, Quintana Roo only for the December 16 date.

Adult Tren Maya ticket prices range from 1,166.00 pesos for tourist class to 1,862.00 pesos for premier class. The prices listed are in Mexican pesos.

For interested Tren Maya travelers, Maya Train tickets can be purchased through the site’s official page where the e-Tickets are being sold.

The Campeche to Cancun section of Tren Maya is set for inauguration December 15, a day before the first day of travel is being offered to the public. Last week, AMLO had announced during a press conference that public travel would be available on December 15, but that travel date has since changed.