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iDTGV tickets now available

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FYI - they have opened sales starting in mid-September onward. I was just able to buy tickets for October. Transaction was smooth as glass.

Called Capital One first to let them know that I was going to make a purchase on French rail line and that the charge would be in euros. Went to iDTGV and bought the tickets, chose the section and seats and was able to print out tickets. If you need assistance, seat61.com is very informative.

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