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What are Advance tickets?

Advance tickets are only valid on one specific train. The time and date of that train is shown on the ticket itself or on the reservation card issued with it. If you travel on any other train, the ticket is not valid and you will have to pay for a full-fare (Anytime) ticket or you may receive a penalty fare. 


  

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