Quick booking via DB Navigator
Buy your ticket in only two steps
Here's how it works:
- When you are looking at the list of connections in DB Navigator App, select the train you want to take and swipe left
- Click the ticket symbol to access the booking details
- Swipe right on the red confirmation option to buy the ticket.
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Quick bookings: questions and answers
What are quick bookings and what are their advantages?
The quick booking option lets you buy tickets without having to go through the entire booking process. It is a shortcut for customers who do not require any further information about a given connection. The app automatically includes details from the search options such as travel class, BahnCard discounts, number of travellers, etc.
How does quick booking work and where is it located in the DB Navigator app?
Enter the details of the journey you want to make in the trip planner. By swiping left on your prefered option in the connections overview and tapping the ticket symbol, the app shows you the booking details for you to review. Swipe right over the red area with the train logo to complete the purchase process for the mobile phone ticket.
When can I use the quick booking process?
Which payment methods can I use?
You can pay by credit card or direct debit. You need to register for the direct debit process if you want to use this option.Information about payment methods
Can I make quick bookings for several people?
Yes, a quick booking is possible for up to 5 people.
Is quick booking available for different types of connections?
How can I cancel a quick booking ticket?
The cancellation conditions of the relevant fare type apply.Exchanging or cancelling tickets and seat reservations
Can I reserve a seat with Quick Booking?
A seat reservation is included in 1st class tickets. If you want to add a seat reservation for your journey in 2nd class, swipe left on the "Without reservation" option in the list of ticket details. You can make a family reservation if you are travelling with children.