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Stockholm - Arlanda Express advanced purchase tickets

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We're arriving late evening at Arlanda and have pre-booked return tickets on the Arlanda Express website to save time/hassle. Instead of a printable ticket we were given the option to either get an SMS or somehow have the ticket associated with the payment card we used - we chose the latter. I'm not completely clear how this works in practice - do we just get on the train and have our payment card scanned by a ticket inpector? Is there any requirment to go through a barrier or "validate" a ticket prior to getting on the train (if so, how?). Sorry for these possibly naive questions but this is the first time I've come across this arrangement.

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