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Using Mobilis Pass in Paris

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Hi all, I'd be extremely grateful if you could help me out with this. I've searched old forum threads and gone on Google, but I've found conflicting answers everywhere.

I have an upcoming Europe trip in late February which starts with me flying into CDG at 6 in the morning. After landing, I was thinking of getting a Mobilis pass for Zones 1-5 at the RER station in CDG, then using that pass to take the RER to the city.

However, I've seen many posts that say you won't be able to use a Mobilis pass to get from Paris to CDG, even if you bought it for Zones 1-5. Is this true for the reverse? I've seen kerouac say in another thread that it IS possible to use the Mobilis to get to and from CDG, but I was just afraid I might have misunderstood him/the thread.

The reason why I want to buy a Mobilis instead of getting a single RER ticket from CDG to Paris is because I'll be using the metro/RER extensively for that very same day (provided jet lag doesn't get me) as it may be too cold for me to walk everywhere (depending on the weather.)

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