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How To Print Train E Ticket After Journey Date?

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by SureshMishra, Oct 20, 2023.

  1. SureshMishra

    SureshMishra New Member

    How can I print a train e-ticket after the journey date has passed, and what are the steps or procedures to obtain this information and documentation for record-keeping purposes?

  2. Prits

    Prits Member

    Printing a train e-ticket after the journey date has passed may not always be possible through the official railway websites or services. However, if you need to obtain this information and documentation for record-keeping purposes, you can typically follow these steps:

    1. Visit the Official Railway Website: Go to the official website of the railway where you booked the e-ticket. In India, you can use the Indian Railways website (IRCTC) or the official website of the specific regional railway zone.

    2. Login to Your Account: Log in to your user account on the railway website. You may need to provide your username and password.

    3. Access Booking History: Look for an option like "Booking History" or "PNR Enquiry" in your account. This section will display your past and current bookings.

    4. Retrieve the PNR: Find the booking or PNR (Passenger Name Record) of the journey for which you want to print the e-ticket.

    5. View/Download E-Ticket: In your booking history, there should be an option to view or download the e-ticket. Click on this option to access the e-ticket details.

    6. Print the E-Ticket: Once you have the e-ticket details on your screen, use your computer's print function to print a physical copy of the e-ticket. Ensure that you have a printer connected to your computer.

    7. Save as PDF (Optional): If you can't print the ticket immediately but want to keep a digital record, you can also save the e-ticket as a PDF on your computer or mobile device.
    Please note that the availability of past e-tickets for printing may vary based on the railway's website and their policies. Some railways may keep e-ticket data accessible for a limited period after the journey date, while others may not provide this service.

    If you are unable to find the option to print past e-tickets through the official website or if the ticket is no longer available, you may consider reaching out to the railway's customer service or visiting the nearest railway station for assistance, as they may be able to help you access past e-ticket information for record-keeping purposes.