Traditional paper tickets (ATB)
Of course, you can still travel with 'normal' paper tickets. You can get them in two different ways:
1) Collect your tickets from the international ticket windows of the following stations:
Aalst, Aalter, Aarschot, Ans, Antwerp-Berchem, Antwerp-Central, Arlon, Ath, Blankenberge, Braine-l'Alleud, Braine-le-Comte, Bruges, Brussels Airport, Brussels-Central, Brussels-Luxembourg, Brussels-Midi, Brussels-North, Brussels-Schuman (on weekdays), Charleroi-South, Ciney, Deinze, Denderleeuw, Dendermonde, De Panne, De Pinte, Diest, Enghien, Eupen, Geel, Gembloux, Genk, Gent-Dampoort, Gent-Sint-Pieters, Genval, Halle, Hasselt, Herentals, Huy, Izegem, Kapellen, Knokke, Kortrijk, La Hulpe, La Louvière-Sud, Leuven, Libramont, Liège-Guillemins, Liège-Palais, Lier, Lokeren, Louvain-la-Neuve University, Marloie, Mechelen, Mol, Mons, Mouscron, Namur, Nivelles, Ostend, Ottignies, Oudenaarde, Roeselare, Rixensart, Sint-Niklaas, Sint-Truiden, Soignies, Tielt, Tienen, Tournai, Tubize, Turnhout, Verviers-Central, Vilvoorde, Visé, Waregem, Waremme, Waterloo, Waver, Wetteren, Ypres, Zottegem.
You can collect your tickets at the station as soon as your receive your booking reference to confirm your booking. They can be collected by showing your booking reference right up until your train departs (however, please arrive at the station with plenty of time to spare, to take into account any possible delays due to queuing at the ticket office).
IMPORTANT: If you pay by credit card, the holder of the card used to pay for the tickets must collect the tickets in person and produce the card.
2) Delivery of tickets by mail
This method of ticket delivery will be offered whatever method of payment you choose, provided that you book your tickets at least 10 days before your date of departure. Tickets can be sent to any delivery address in Belgium or the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg (apart from PO boxes).