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Hit "Annuler" (Cancel) Button On SNCF Site by Mistake

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I've had PREM tickets for three months for our trip in less than 2 weeks, and I was looking at the page on the site today, and instead of closing out the site, I hit the Annuler button. I called immediately, and they said the tickets are still good, but that was so soon after I did it, I fear it just hadn't "registered" yet. I "think" I would have to do another step to completely cancel the tickets from what I can read, but I'd feel happier knowing for sure that everything is ok. I cannot find the number for an English speaking SNCF rep; I know there used to be one. It is too late now to do anything today since it appears that all phones for customer service close at 20:00, but I want to get on this first thing tomorrow. Does anyone know the number for an English-speaking rep? The person I talked to and I bumbled along in his fractured Eng. and my fractured French.

Sorry to sound so hysterical, but I am very concerned about this. The tickets are for 5 of us from Avignon to Strasbourg.

Thanks for any help re the number or experience with canceling tickets online, either by intent or by mistake.

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