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SNCF website problems

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I was trying to buy TGV train tickets from Paris Gare de Lyon to Aix en Provence on the SNCF website.but got redirected to Rail Europe when using the English translation. The Rail Europe prices are significantly higher. Keeping to the French pages, I found "Voyages-SNCF" much cheaper especially for IDTGV. The problem came in paying with a credit card. Niether my credit card nor my wife's card would be accepted. The same for debit cards.
We tried with and without middle initials and with and without spaces in the card numbers.
We are about 8 weeks out. Is this too early?
Any advice on using this website?
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