I'm currently travelling with an Interrail Global Pass (7 days) on my outbound journey from the UK to Germany.
When my ticket was scanned on the train, the system showed the inspector a note saying "Valid in country of residence". This confused him (as I was on a train outside the UK) and he thought that my ticket was ONLY valid in my country of residence, i.e. within the UK.
However, I clearly booked a Global Pass, added the exact journey from the UK to Germany to the ticket and selected it as an outbound journey. My ticket also shows that its a global pass, its only the information that shows up when it's scanned that is confusing.
Why does the system show the ticket validity that way? Is it to highlight that, in contrast to other travel days, the outbound journey is ALSO valid in the country of residence?
I want to get some clarity on this in case I have to discuss this again today.
Best answer by rvdborgtView original