How to book a ticket on IRCTC

Here's how you go about booking a ticket on the IRCTC website or app.

FP Staff June 20, 2017 07:51:18 IST
How to book a ticket on IRCTC

Here's how you go about booking a ticket on the IRCTC website or app.

Firstly, register on the IRCTC website or on the app. The website does not take registrations between 9:30am- 11:30am, so prepare in advance.

Log in by entering your username and password and select the correct From/To station route under the Plan my Journey section.

Select the e-Ticket option.

Click on the Submit button to open up a list of trains to choose from for your route.

How to book a ticket on IRCTC

Click on the train name to get the details about each train.

Choose the class available for the selected train to get a listing of the prices for each class.

How to book a ticket on IRCTC

To book tickets, select the Book Now option under Availability.

How to book a ticket on IRCTC

If you want to select another train click on Reset.

Enter the passenger details on the ticket reservation page. The allotment of your chosen berth depends on the availability.

How to book a ticket on IRCTC

Select the Payment Option and your bank from the list. Click on the Make payment option on the next page and you will be redirected to the bank site. The ticket details, availability of tickets at the particular time and the fare, including the service charge, appear on the screen, along with the payment option.

How to book a ticket on IRCTC

Click on the Print ERS button to get a printout of the reservation made.

How to book a ticket on IRCTC

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