What is an E-Ticket
Let’s assume you are going for the marriage of a relative and you need a train ticket from your city to her city. How could you get the ticket? First of all, you will have to go to your nearest train station. Then, you have to fill up a form mentioning the details of your travel. Then, you have to stand up in a long Queue and you will get the ticket, when your tern will come. You have to spend hours of time to do the above mentioned procedure. Do you want to do the entire mentioned thing in a jiffy?
Bring your computer, and connect that to internet. If you don’t have any of these two, then you can go to a cyber café. Search the key phrase ‘train ticket booking’ with the help of any online search engine. The search engine will find out the websites, where you can book railway tickets. Go to any of those mentioned sites. Fill up according to the details. Pay from your credit or debit card. A ticket will be generated instantly for you. Now print the ticket and keep along with you. The whole procedure will not take more than 10 minutes of time and the ticket, you get is called as E-ticket. Any ticket generated online is called as an E-ticket. The function and importance of a traditional ticket and an E-ticket are exactly same.
If you want to travel by air, instead of railway, could you book an E-ticket? Yes, the E-ticketing system is not only to book train tickets. In fact, you can book hundreds of types of tickets online and all the online generated tickets are called as E-tickets.
You are looking forward to witness a cricket match by sitting at the gallery close to the player’s pavilion, but the only thing for which you are thinking against it is the difficulty you might face at the time of booking a ticket. No need to worry. You can book the ticket online, without standing hours in a long Queue.
The popularity of E-tickets is growing round the world in an exponential manner. People have no time to stand in Q and waste their hours of time. They are booking each and every kind of ticket they need online from the comfort of their home. You don’t have to pay any additional fee, if you are booking a ticket online. Then, why should you waste your hours of time by going to buy the ticket in the traditional manner. Yes, one thing. If you have booked a railway ticket online, then you have to take a print out of the ticket at the time of journey along with a valid photo id of yours. These are must, not only in case of railway E-tickets, but in case of each and every E-ticket.