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Can I buy a carnet of tickets for the Paris metro at St Pancras station. If so, is the cost the same.

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The service desk in the waiting area sells (or used to) the carnet of 10 Metro tickets. There is an additional commision charge. I don't remember if you can pay in sterling. The current price at a Metro station in Paris is €13,70 so you can decide whether the convenience at St-Pancras is worth paying extra.

Posted by
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i bought mine in the trains' cafe car. they announced that they had them for sale. I dont remember which currency i used tho.

happy trails.

Posted by
26020 posts

Both a carnet and Paris Visite passes are available in St Pancras International at the customer service desk near the Cafe Nero airside, both with a small fee added, and both available in Pound Sterling and Euro.

On board both are also available in the bar cars, with a small fee added, in either currency.