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CrossCountry E-tickets top £2m

CrossCountry has announced today that it has sold over 76,000 print-at-home ‘e-tickets’ since the rail operator launched the online initiative in November 2008.

With over £2m worth of tickets sold, CrossCountry says its e-ticket system highlights the growing importance that technology is playing between the rail industry and its customers. E-tickets now account for 12% of CrossCountry’s overall online ticket sales with 11,000 sold during November and December alone -...

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