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Question about Eiffel Tower tickets

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Hi, I'm heading to Paris later this week and unfortunately left the planning a bit late.

I tried to buy a ticket online to visit the Eiffel Tower via their website because I wanted to skip the ticket line but the earliest ticket you can purchase online is now set for June 2012. That means I'll have to buy it in person.

My question was just - can i go early in the day at 9 am to buy a ticket for later that day? I heard it's less crowded if you go early but I wanted to go up the tower at sunset so just wasn't sure if the tickets are useable all day or if they are for a set time, i.e. you HAVE to go up the tower at the time that you buy them.

On that note, does anyone know if the ticket box opens earlier? the website says the eiffel tower is open at 9:30 am but I wouldn't mind going there at 9 am if it means i can buy a ticket without lining up for 2 hours.

Thanks!

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