We're going back to Paris and have discovered a couple of t+ Metro tickets left over from a carnet we bought last trip in 2011.
Is there a way to tell whether they have been used by looking at the tickets? -- There's always a chance that we just forgot to throw them out after we used them.
I understand that they do not expire -- assuming the fare hasn't increased...is that correct? The single fare was 1.70€ then and seems to the the same now...though the carnet price has increased since then,
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