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Reusing lift pass from one French resort in another

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Hi, just looking at ordering my lift passes in advance for our trip to La Plagne and realised I'd accidently selected that I would like to reload an existing card.

What I'm not sure about is if I can use.....or more to the point trust, a lift pass from other places we have been such as Flaine or Tignes using the card number.
I have reused like this in the past but that was done at the lift office.

Do all if the French resorts use the same system so that all cards are reusable anywhere in the country?

Thanks,
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Do all if the French resorts use the same system so that all cards are reusable anywhere in the country?

I'd be surprised if that was the case.... good question though
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I did some research last year re pass compatibility, and as long as different resorts use the same lift-pass system they can be recharged to use in the different ski area.
Unfortunately the pass system for La Plagne & Tignes weren't compatible, so afraid not in your case Sad
<Edit> just found the thread where this was discussed last year https://snowheads.com/ski-forum/viewtopic.php?p=3178967
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I obviously searched for the wrong subject before posting, thanks for the link.
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If the system accepts your code from your existing card it should be compatible. I've regularly used an old Serre Chevalier pass (which is a Keycard) to buy single days elsewhere online. But it has to be a resort that also uses that system.
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La Plagne uses Axess. So if your old cards are axess cards, you're good to go. The cards usually have "axess" printed somewhere on them. Works for Lillehammer, to demonstrate the principle.
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