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Old February 19th, 2004, 11:27 PM
Lennart Petersen
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"David Eerdmans" skrev i meddelandet
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Helmut Uttenthaler wrote in article
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For longer distances Eurodomino + reservation is much more cheaper than

TCV
+ reservation, in some cases (Moskva - Vladivostok) even cheaper than
tickets bought in Russia.


I suppose Eurodomino is not valid on commuter trains?
Regards,
David

Theoretically and as ED normally works it should be valid on any RZD train
the particular day, but who knows.
Anyone with personal experience from Eurodomino Russia ?
Or second hand. Was introduced 2003 but so far I haven't seen any report
from travelling that way.
L.P


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Old February 20th, 2004, 11:17 AM
Helmut Uttenthaler
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"Lennart Petersen" wrote

I suppose Eurodomino is not valid on commuter trains?
Regards,
David

Theoretically and as ED normally works it should be valid on any RZD train
the particular day, but who knows.


No, ED isn't valid on local trains.

See http://www.mza.ru/forum/viewtopic.ph...ght=eurodomino
(scroll down to the last posting (in English) of Alexander Galaktionov
on 2003-10-15).


Anyone with personal experience from Eurodomino Russia ?


Maybe I can tell you more later this year....



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Old February 20th, 2004, 04:12 PM
Lennart Petersen
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"Helmut Uttenthaler" skrev i meddelandet
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"Lennart Petersen" wrote

I suppose Eurodomino is not valid on commuter trains?
Regards,
David

Theoretically and as ED normally works it should be valid on any RZD

train
the particular day, but who knows.


No, ED isn't valid on local trains.

See http://www.mza.ru/forum/viewtopic.ph...ght=eurodomino
(scroll down to the last posting (in English) of Alexander Galaktionov
on 2003-10-15).

I see, anyway suburban train tickets in Russia are so inexpensive
so it's likely to be a waste using an ED-day.


Anyone with personal experience from Eurodomino Russia ?


Maybe I can tell you more later this year....

You're very much welcome with a report.


 




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