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Musee d'Orsay--can I really print out a valid ticket at home to take?

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I'd love to buy 4 tickets for entrance to the Musee d'Orsay. It SEEMS like from web site that I can do this, print them at home, and take them with me (I leave in 3 days). However, I have done a minimal amount of internet research and I'm not sure if this really works. I don't want a voucher that I have to redeem somewhere; I don't want to pick the tickets up there; I want a usable, printed at home after I paid for it on the internet ticket that will enable me to not stand in line.

There seem to be 3 options, all seeming to be the same price.

digitick and ticketnet seem to mean I can print out a ticket. fnac option seems to say I get a voucher and have to stop at a store (which I don't want to bother with--I'll have students with me and limited time).

What is your advice?

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