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TGV ticket purchase, easy as pie

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easy as pie using www.capitainetrain.com. I had pre-registered on the website. I had selected English as my language. I had signed my credit card up for verified by visa before trying to buy tickets. I had alerted my credit card ahead of time about my Europe travel plans.

It took probably two minutes to complete the purchase, and I type slow. A big thank you to Man _in_seat_61 and Nick Booth for the advice.

I checked, the prices were exactly the same and the schedules exactly the same as snfc.

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