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Below is an image of my seven day unlimited travel ticket for Berlin B Section:
I have painted black on its printed serial number, and have circled the validation stamp impression in red.
I bought it on 11th Nov about 11am, from a ticket vending machine in Wedding S Station, for 30 Euros, and immediately validation stamped it to start using it. Now, I can calculate 7 days from 11th, inclusive, are till 17th, inclusive.
My question is where in validation stamp its mentioned that it was stamped on 11th Nov? What can I say to Ticket Inspector on 16th or 17th if he says its expired. (At Gesundbrunnen Metro Station the lady at info desk said its expired today, when I asked her same question, although we both struggled in German and English language. When I said I bought today, she said ok.)
So, could you please interpret the validation stamp, part by part, and/or ticket (or any other part), to prove that it is valid for 7 days.
Edit: One more sample of validation stamp I got, on different ticket, one time use, Eur 2.70, Date 10th Nov, Time somewhere 11:30ish AM, Berlin Airport TXL
Domeans Donnerstag, Thursday.
Frmeans Freitag, Friday.
- 11:40 is time in first ticket, 11:00 in second.
- Looks like
45is the week number of year 2016, from Nov 7 to 13.
- What does
6mean (rotated 90°, after 45)?