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Today’s tip relates to booking train tickets on SNCF.
I have used Captain Train extensively over the past month – their website is as follows:
Not only is their website available in English, but it’s easy to book tickets, exchange tickets, and receive refunds should there be a strike. Captain Train also replies to questions/concerns via email and Twitter within 24/48 hours. They also explained why I was able to buy a ticket for a carriage that wasn’t part of the actual train (SNCF sometimes sends Captain Train the wrong carriage numbers).
If you want to buy tickets for SNCF, use Captain Train.