There are a few things you can do if you suspect that you may have a ticket issue.
You can try to contact your nearest ticket office or call the ticket office to get in touch.
Or you can check if your ticket is in the queue by searching for tickets online.
You may also want to look at the websites that offer tickets to see if any of the available options are good.
You might also want the following tips to help you if you think you might be ticketing wrong.
You need to check your tickets.
When you check in to a ticket office, make sure you have checked in all your tickets in one place.
If you’re not sure what you’ve got, ask your agent.
You also need to be aware that ticketing offices often give out a “ticketed for” date which means you can expect to receive your ticket on that date.
You will need to keep a record of what your ticket was for and to remember it.
The date you receive your tickets may not be the exact date you were due to arrive at the ticketed office.
There are times when you may be asked to wait in line for your ticket.
It is important to be prepared for that.
Your agent should be able to advise you if that’s the case.
When the ticketing office closes its doors, make your way back to the ticket offices nearest ticket desk to get your tickets reissued.
The last thing you want to do is spend the night at a ticketed place.
It’s better to be safe than sorry.
If it’s too late to contact the ticket agent, you can contact your local police.
You’ll also need a police officer to make sure that your ticket remains valid.
You should always keep the ticket you received as a record, so if you don’t have a copy, you’ll need to ask your ticket agent to send you one.
There may be some restrictions on what you can bring to the tickets office.
If you’re travelling from outside the UK, you may need to show a photo ID at the door.
You must carry any identification you have with you when you check-in to the booking office.
You’re also responsible for making sure that the ticket is not invalid.
If it is, you will need a copy of your ticket to claim the refund.
If your ticket isn’t valid, you might not get the refund either.
You will need your ticket back if:You have a valid travel document (Travelex) to prove you’ve made your trip.
You have been denied entry to the UK for the correct reason (including the right to work).
The ticket was issued on the correct date or ticketed for.
The ticket has not been stamped with the correct ticket.
You’ve lost your ticket or are unable to get one, so you’ll also have to pay a £15 fine for any reason.
If the ticket wasn’t valid for the right reason, you could be stuck with a £10 penalty.
You could also be banned from the UK and fined up to £100.
You don’t want to be stuck without a ticket if you need to travel to the US or Australia.
If all else fails, you should contact your employer or travel agency to make a claim.