APTIS Code DSB

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  1. tighcorrie

    tighcorrie Member

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    Just received a rover ticket ordered online with my senior railcard. I was expecting the status code to show SNR but it shows DSB. Anyone know what this code means? Is it valid for SNR railcard travel? After sales had never heard of this code! I don't want a week of rail travel marred by arguments with train staff..... Any advice much appreciated.
     
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  3. raildude

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    DSB means Disabled, so no, it would not be technically valid with a Senior railcard.
     
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    hairyhandedfool Established Member

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    DSB is a Disabled Railcard. Contact the seller to have the ticket changed, it is not valid without a Disabled Railcard.
     
  5. tighcorrie

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    Really appreciate the help, thanks. Will be returning the ticket forthwith for exchange!!
     
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