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How to Have China Train Tickets Delivered

How to Have China Train Tickets Delivered

Using Trip.com’s China train ticket delivery service is easy and hassle free, making your trips a breeze to organize. When buying China train tickets online, select the delivery option to have your China train tickets delivered to your door. You can have train tickets delivered to any address in a major Chinese city. You can see the list of cities When here.

Help us out by double checking your address details, so we can make sure we get your tickets to you with no issues. Upon delivery, please sign for them to confirm you’ve received your China train tickets. If we deliver your tickets after your train’s departure time, we will refund you the full amount, using the same method as your initial payment.

China Train Ticket Delivery Fees

Delivery costs per train ticket start at a very affordable CNY 40 for the first China train ticket, with every subsequent train ticket costing CNY 20. Through our delivery service, up to five tickets can be delivered.

China Train Ticket Delivery Times

In a rush? China train tickets booked before 3 p.m. will usually be delivered within 24 hours. Not in a hurry? Tickets booked after 3 p.m. will be delivered the day after. However, we recommend you book China train tickets at least 3 days in advance just to be on the safe side, especially if you are traveling by high-speed train.

Why Should You Use Trip.com’s China Train Ticket Delivery Service?

Spend Less Time Queuing and More Time Sightseeing

While train travel in China can often be enjoyable, buying train tickets in China can be a time-consuming hassle. Save yourself an hour of getting elbowed in the ticket line and jump to the head of the queue with Trip.com’s train ticket delivery service.

Avoid China’s Peak Season Travel Rush

Three words: Spring Festival travel. Chinese New Year, along with the October holiday and other public holidays, always causes a nationwide rush on China’s railway system, making this period the hardest time to buy train tickets. Skip the headaches and book ahead with Trip.com.

Plan Ahead With Our Delivery Service

Our China train ticket delivery service allows you to plan ahead. Train tickets for onward or return journeys can be purchased online and delivered to your hotel, office or home in any major Chinese city, minimizing your train ticket purchasing time and making your journey smoother.

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