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Help, no email from Trenitalia with PNR number!

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Two days ago I successfully (or so I thought) bought a train ticket on the Trenitalia website for travel from Verona to Rome September 2nd. I got it for only 27 Euro. Yeah! However, I have not received the email from them with the PNR number. As I understand it, without it, I essentially do not have a ticket.

I did print out the summary with Retrieval Code. Yesterday, I went back to the Trenitalia site and requested another email using a different address - my gmail account. Still no email back from them with the required PNR number. I keep checking my inbox as well as spam. No luck in either.

What do I do now? When in Italy, can I go to a train station for assistance? Fortunately I will be in Italy for 10 nights before traveling down to Rome.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

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