Using print-at-home tickets
If your tickets are print-at-home, your confirmation email will a PDF version of your tickets attached, as well as instructions for printing them. Showing the PDF on a laptop, tablet or mobile is not permitted so we advise you to choose mobile tickets if that's your preference.
What does a print-at-home ticket look like?
Each rail operator has their own print-at-home ticket design. We currently offer print-at-home tickets for the following rail operators. You can click on each train to see an example of the print-at-home ticket:
- Eurostar - excluding French connection tickets issued by SNCF (see below)
- SNCF (France) - Including TGV Lyria and TGV France-Italy. Excluding regional trains.
- Renfe (Spain)
- Renfe-SNCF (France-Spain)
- Deutsche Bahn (Germany) - excluding night trains (see below)
- Thalys (France-Belgium-Netherlands)
- Trenitalia (Italy) regional trains
Print-at-home ticket must be printed. They cannot be displayed on a laptop, tablet or mobile phone. The most important aspect of printing your tickets is that the QR code, or barcode, is clearly displayed. The ticket inspector will scan your tickets, so we advise that you print your tickets on plain A4 or US letter paper. We don't advise printing tickets in economy mode, as this can make the barcode or QR codes unreadable.
If you don't have a printer
If you don’t have access to a printer, the best thing to do is print one at an internet cafe for a small fee. Alternatively, you can ask at your hotel or accommodation.