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Gare du Nord to Parc des Expositions

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I am trying to help some friends who are traveling to Paris in June for a conference that will be held at the Parc des Expositions Villepinte, one stop before CDG. They will be staying near the Gare du Nord and the husband will be going daily (6-7 round trips) to the conference center. His wife will stay in Paris. They will be arriving on a Saturday and leaving the following Friday or Saturday.

It seems to me that the husband’s best option for transportation would be single RER tickets for the weekend (4,35€ each way) and then a Navigo Découverte for Monday-Friday (RATP website now says 5€ for the card + 21,25€ for the week’s coupon, no matter the number of zones.) The wife could also buy a ND for Monday-Friday and the rest of the time, they could use a carnet or two of t+ tickets while remaining in zones 1-3.

Does anyone see a better (less expensive) solution? Thanks.

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