The multi-ticket is transferable: several persons may use the ticket. The ticket is validated at the start of the journey in the train's vestibule according to the number of passengers using the ticket.
You can buy multi-tickets for 10 single journeys for commuter trains in the zones of your choice. You can travel in both directions with the ticket on the route stated on the ticket.
Ticket terms and conditions
|Benefits||There is a 20% discount with 10 journey multi-ticket on a single tickets|
|Fares||Check multi-ticket prices for the route of your choice from the VR Online Shop.|
|Purchasing||You can purchase the multi-ticket online, or from VR ticket offices, ticket vending machines, sales agents, by phone from VR Customer Care or collect one from a ticket office, ticket vending machine or R-kiosk.|
|How to pay||Multi-tickets are paid when booking.|
|Validity||Multi-tickets are valid for 2 months. They are not valid on long-distance trains.|
|How to get the tickets||You can get multi-tickets from ticket offices or ticket vending machines|
|Changes and cancellations||Multi-tickets cannot be changed or cancelled.|
Travelling with the commuter multi-ticket
When you buy a commuter multi-ticket, it must entirely cover the required route. The price of the multi-ticket remains unchanged and the ticket is valid only for the chosen fastest route.
You should buy the ticket for the longest route you use. All the stations on the chosen route are then usable as normal.
Acquaint yourself with the examples below and with the help of the map provided.
When to buy an extension ticket and what do they cost?
When you are travelling to a station which is not on your ticket’s route, you can buy an extension ticket (adults €2.60–10.60) on the train or from a service station. Discounts are granted for extension tickets, see discounts with commuter tickets.
If you have a multi-ticket for the route Järvenpää–Airport and you would like to travel:
- to Helsinki, you need an extension ticket which costs €2.60 (adults)
- to Lahti, you need an extension ticket which costs €10.60 (adults) and you can change the train on the Tikkurila station.
If you have a multi-ticket for the route Helsinki–Hikiä and you would like to travel:
- to Lahti, you need an extension ticket which costs €4.60 (adults) and you can change the train on the Riihimäki station.
- to the Airport, you need an extension ticket which costs €4.60 (adults) and you can change the train on the Riihimäki station.
If you have a multi-ticket for the route Lahti–Leppävaara and you would like to travel:
- to the Airport, you need an extension ticket which costs €2.60 (adults) and you can change the train either on the Pasila station or the Helsinki station.
- You don’t need an extension ticket when you are going to Helsinki, because the station is on your route.
If you are unsure of the applicability of the ticket, you can always ask a conductor or the customer service tel. 0600 41 900 (call rate: EUR 1.99 per answered call + local network charge)
Purchase commuter multi-tickets easily from here
Zones removed from tickets from 14 December 2016
In the future, single commuter train service tickets will indicate the departure and destination station and will be valid for two hours for the one way route selected. The old zones will remain for single tickets purchased on the train for the time being.
You may use commuter service multi and season tickets purchased before 14 December 2016 for travel in the zone areas marked on the ticket until the end of its validity period.
Traveling from the commuter region to the Ring Rail Line or Coast Line?
Remember to transfer at the correct station when traveling from the commuter region to the Ring Rail Line or Coast Line.
Train tickets easily at R-Kioski
You can buy the most popular tickets for domestic long-distance services, the most special offer tickets, as well as commuter train tickets for VR commuter services at R-kioski.