- How do mobile tickets work on Trainline?
- Can I show my train ticket on my phone?
- How do you use an E ticket?
- Can you transfer tickets on Trainline?
- Do I need to print my Trainline ticket?
- How do I use a mobile ticket?
- Can I show E ticket on mobile in train?
- Can I travel without printout of I ticket?
- Is it necessary to take print of E ticket?
- How do I activate a Virgin train ticket on the app?
- How long does it take to get your e ticket?
- How do I use virgin E ticket?
How do mobile tickets work on Trainline?
Open our app in the device you’d like to move your tickets to.
Log in to your trainline account and then download your tickets to your new device.
Just so you know, before you travel you need to activate the ticket on your device.
Can I show my train ticket on my phone?
Amtrak Gets on Board With E-Tickets. You can book and pay for your e-ticket online, on a mobile device, or by using the new Amtrak iPhone app. Once purchased, you’ll get an email with the ticket attached as a PDF. Smartphone users can simply show that e-ticket to the conductor, who can then scan it.
How do you use an E ticket?
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Can you transfer tickets on Trainline?
Open our app in the device you’d like to move your tickets to, log in to your trainline account and then download your tickets to your new device. However, once activated you can no longer move, change, or refund the ticket so it’s best to wait until just before travel before activating.
Do I need to print my Trainline ticket?
You can download your ticket directly from your Trainline Europe account or via the confirmation page of your booking, provided in your confirmation email. You will not be able to print your ticket at the station, nor will employees be able to do this for you at a counter.
How do I use a mobile ticket?
How To Access Your Ticket(s) Using the Mobile Website:
- Open web browser app and go to ticketmaster.com.
- Tap the menu icon on the top left of your screen and click “My Tickets.”
- Sign in and tap on your order.
- Click the “View Tickets” button to access your tickets.
- Present barcode to get scanned for entry and you’re in!
Can I show E ticket on mobile in train?
All that you have to show is the SMS you have received as acknowledgement of purchase of a ticket from the IRCTC on your mobile phone to the ticket examiner on the train. In case one is carrying a laptop, showing the e-mailed ticket will be sufficient proof.
Can I travel without printout of I ticket?
E-ticket holders are now permitted to travel without printout of ticket and can travel with SMS sent by IRCTC alongwith valid Photo ID proof in original. E-ticketing is also helpful in saving environment by controlling pollution as people do not have to travel to Rail Reservation Offices to buy tickets.
Is it necessary to take print of E ticket?
It has been years now that Indian Railways does not insists for passengers to carry printout of e-ticket. This means you can carry an e-mail or simply the SMS you get after booking or confirmation of you tickets and valid ID proof. I have been travelling by trains for many years now and never carry the print-out.
How do I activate a Virgin train ticket on the app?
How to download your m-ticket
- Get our app. Install our free app on your phone or tablet, then log into or register your Virgin Trains account.
- Select ‘My Tickets’ Once you’re logged into your account on our app, you’ll see your m-ticket waiting to be downloaded.
How long does it take to get your e ticket?
We can generally have your tickets issued and your confirmation numbers emailed to you within 48 hours, sometimes less. In rare cases, it can take up to 72 hours.
How do I use virgin E ticket?
How to use an e-ticket bought at the station
- Find a member of staff at the Virgin Trains ticket office. Tell them your journey and ask for an ‘e-ticket’
- They’ll produce a QR code. You just need to hold your camera over it and a link will pop up taking you to your ticket.
- Tap the ticket.