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sacnoth
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Posted 1 year ago

Hey :),
I would like to reserve a double bed sleeper compartment on the Swedish night train N93 leaving at 15:11 on 29.03.23 in Narvik (Norway) going to Stockholm (Sweden).
Unfortunately all websites I find are unable to reserve a spot on the train that day, or any other day I checked in February, March or April.

The error messages range from:
"Seat reservations required
You need to buy a seat reservation to board.
Prices unavailable
No price results were found. Pass holder reservations may be sold out for this connection, but there are other ways to check for available seats—more info below our timetable."
on the Interrail website [1] to

"Online prices are currently unavailable for the selected route."
on the ACP Rail website [2].

Does this have to do with the website of the Swedish train operator SJ [3] being down?
Are there other ways to reserve a spot on the train or do I have to wait until the hacker attacks on SJ [4] are stopped?

This would be the longest train ride of our journey back home and I would love to know that our ride back home is safely booked. :(

[1] = https://www.interrail.eu/en/book-reservations?ol=NARVIK+%28NORWAY%29&dl=STOCKHOLM+%28SWEDEN%29&t=1680069600000
[2] = https://shop.acprail.com/#/ptp/point__to_point_tickets/
[3] = https://www.sj.se/
[4] = https://sweden.postsen.com/news/73289/Anonymous-Sudan-claims-to-be-behind-Swedish-overload-attacks.html

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sacnoth
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replied 1 year ago

I found out that you can book train reservations on the SJ website when using a VPN and connecting from Sweden.

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Arend7
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replied 1 year ago

The site looks out of order. When it's about interrail, you can normally also make reservations at www.interrail.eu. Try that.

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Arend7
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replied 1 year ago

Sorry, see now you did that also.

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nltrainer
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replied 1 year ago

This train is for now sourced out to vy., the NO state operator, trading here as vy.se.
Has been asked many times on the community.eurail.com forum there is also a svenska lady there who knows all about swedish trains

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sacnoth
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replied 1 year ago

Thanks for the info :)