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If I had lost my ticket, I think that it will turn pale.

If I had lost my ticket, I think that it will turn pale. I have never lost an airplane ticket, but I have lost the bullet train ticket. Once you check in the airplane, you can treat the flight just like paper wash, but in case of the ticket of the Shinkansen, you have to show it to the station staff as well as when you enter , It must be kept properly. In my case, there was a time to enter, but I dropped it somewhere when I read magazines in the Shinkansen or eaten lunch and relaxing. It turned pale blue when I passed the ticket gate. After all, the station worker also sympathized with me who was a good student, she told me that he paid for the fare instead of pushing it all out. If you think so, it seems that airline tickets are harder to lose, but on the other hand, rather than buying it on the spot, it is likely that the risk of losing will be higher as it is often purchased and kept a few days in advance Hmm. Anyway, I am negotiating with a staff member.

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