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RER tickets at CDG

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Hi

I've just spent the last hour searching and googling for a post or link that I neglected to bookmark.

On this forum, or perhaps another, someone reported that they bought their RER tickets to Paris at an information booth at CDG.

I am trying to verify this, as it would simplify getting into Paris. Of course we don't have a PIN and chip credit card, or enough euro coins to use a ticket machine at the station at CDG. I would rather not get to the station and find a long line at the ticket window if I can avoid it.

Has anyone bought tickets at an information booth at CDG, or does anyone remember reading this?

Thanks.

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