Did you know that you can load your ticket onto your ID card when you purchase it? It's quick, easy and practical! Find out below all there is to know about travelling light!

No need for card readers

All you need do is enter your national register number, it's as simple as that. When checked in the train, you present your e-ID to the conductor - it's as simple as that!

Travel with others with a single ID card

Tickets bought using an e-ID are non-transferable and non-disposable, so you buy one travel ticket per passenger. If you are travelling together on the same train, the tickets can all be linked together to the same electronic ID card.

Which tickets are available using an e-ID?

Standard Ticket
The most flexible option
The basic ticket the price of which is determined by the distance travelled.
Go Pass 1
Specifically for passengers under the age of 26
Ideal for travelling in Belgium, for young people who travel occasionally.
Child Ticket
50% discount
As from the 5th accompanied child or if the child is travelling alone.
Weekend Ticket
50% discount on return travel at weekends
Can be used from 7 p.m. on Fridays, on public holidays and long weekends.
Preferential Reimbursement Ticket
50% discount in 2nd class
50% discount on 2nd-class tickets for passengers holding a Preferential Reimbursement discount card.
Journalist Ticket
Specifically for Journalist Card holders
1st class ticket with a 75% reduction for professional journalists holding a Journalist Card.
Seniors Ticket
Specifically for passengers over 65
A return, same-day rail ticket for any route throughout Belgium for just €6.50!
Large Families Ticket
Specifically for holders of a Large Families Card
50% discount for adults and children over 12
Military Ticket
50% travel discount for members of the Armed Forces
50% discount on 1st- and 2nd-class travel for members of the Armed Forces holding a discount card.