Brightline Offers Free Shuttle Service to LoanDepot Park

The offer is available for Miami Marlins home games all season long.

Brightline is once again providing its Home Runner trains for fans from Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and West Palm Beach to avoid traffic and conveniently reach loanDepot Park, the home of the Miami Marlins. To book a ride on the Home Runner train, the user must select it at the time of purchase on the Brightline website or app. This train takes guests to the MiamiCentral Station, where they can continue pregaming on dedicated shuttles that transport them directly to loanDepot Park, which is only a mile away. The shuttles leave the station 10 minutes after the train arrives. After the scheduled first pitch, return shuttles to the station begin two hours later and continue until 30 minutes after the final out. Guests can easily locate the Dropoff and Pickup location at Rideshare Lot East 1.

Passengers aboard Home Runner trains can indulge in a beverage at Mary Mary Bar, complete with special Marlins-branded Budweiser and a Marlins Mule, which can also be found onboard. To partake in even more perks, upgrading to Premium is recommended, offering access to complimentary drinks and bites in the Premium lounge as well as onboard.

Brightline is celebrating its Fourth Annual 305 Weekend on May 19 through May 21 with $5 and $10 SMART one-way fares and special activities at MiamiCentral with partners including Discover The Palm Beaches, Cincoro Tequila, Miami Heat, Miami Marlins and more. Brightline will offer $5 and $10 SMART one-way fares to explore South Florida connecting Brightline Miami Central, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and the new Boca Raton and Aventura stations. Happy hour specials at Mary Mary will be available across all stations. 

Train tickets can be reserved on the Brightline app and www.gobrightline.com

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