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SNCF site - what happened to the 90 day limit?

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I got an email from SNCF this week advertising summer fares.

"Appointment now on Voyages-sncf.com to book tickets for this summer: from 25 € (1) with TGV and 15 € (1) with INTERCITY, for travel from July 4 to August 25!"

Another message on the web site indicated I wouldn't find fares for August before May, which made sense to me. I wasn't going to look for tickets until 90 days before I planned to use them. But is that still accurate?

I did find fares searching on dates even in late August, and the fares were good (Dordogne - Paris on various routes for about 30E pp).

As usual, I'm sure I missed something. What should the strategy be now for SNCF tickets?

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