Yes you can. MyTrainTicket now offers self-print tickets, for Advance fares in both Standard and First Class, on certain journeys with CrossCountry, including:-
- Plymouth to Edinburgh
- Birmingham New Street to Stansted Airport
- Reading to Newcastle
- Bristol Temple Meads to Manchester Piccadilly
- Cardiff Central to Nottingham
All of the above routes go via Birmingham New Street.
Self-print train tickets are similar to self-print airline tickets; they will be delivered to you as a PDF attachment to an email. Simply print them off at home at your leisure; all information relevant to your journey will be included, including reservations where applicable.
Please ensure clean white A4 paper is used to print out your tickets; they will include a barcode which may be scanned at station ticket gates or on board the train, so please keep them in good condition and do not fold the paper across the barcode.
One self-print ticket will be provided for each passenger.
To open your self-print ticket you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is already installed on most PCs and Macs. If it is not installed on your PC or Mac, or your version is not up to date, please visit Adobe to download it (free of charge).