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[Friday 5th April 2013 at 7:52 pm]
Thomas

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Whoever it was at National Rail that decided to put the date in inverse colouring ( white-on-black , instead of the normal black-on-white) for tickets *not* valid on the day they're printed is an absolute genius. That simple difference meant I spotted that I'd misbooked my train ticket as soon as I got it out of the ticket machine, not later on the train when I wouldn't have been able to do anything about it.

Now all I need to do is work out how to get a refund for the misbooked ticket...
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