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No ABS marking on ticket

I recently booked a CDG-Bruges itinerary through Bruxelles. I only received a ticket for the CDG-Bruxelles leg, and although the booking email says that this ticket is good for Any Belgian Station, there is no such marking on the (SNCF) ticket.

Shouldn't the ticket say that it is valid for continuing service within Belgium?

Ted Wobber
Menlo Park, CA
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) March 14, 2014 21:43
    Hi Ted,

    As the 'Any Belgian Station' (ABS) fares on the train from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels are valid to cover the connecting train from Brussels to Bruges, separate physical tickets are actually not issued for the train from Brussels to Bruges. You would just show your ticket for the train from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels to board the connecting train from Brussels to Bruges.

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