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Has the SNCF changed its policy? I can't get electronic tickets for a Brussels to Arles trip, and when I try to have them sent to a Parisian friend who by chance will be visiting in April anyway, I get this message: La date de naissance que vous avez inscrite est invalide. Merci de la ressaisir à nouveau.. I tried capitaine train first, but those tickets have to be picked up at a French location, which is of no help when in Antwerp. SNCF.com does give the option of snail mail, but only in France. Both tell me that the birth date is wrong, even if I do not specify "senior", and at no time was I asked to enter a date of birth, nor is there a place to enter it.

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