My family and I just returned from a European vacation that included Paris, and while there are always some problems that pose challenges in the course of a longer trip (just like in non-travel life!), this one seemed worth posting to this forum: Paris Museum Passes bought online through FINAC (a large ticket company mentioned in other forum postings) may not be honored by museums in Paris. It seems that FINAC at some point found out that passes that they had sold this year were set to expire on June 30, 2010, but did nothing to notify the consumers that had purchased them (there is nothing on the pass itself that says this, other than the number 20 on the cover with 1998 -2008 under it - the FINAC order confirmation actually says that they are good through December 31, 2010). What started as a manager at the Musuem D'Orsay explaining that our museum passes were invalid, led to correspondence with FINAC in which they admitted that they knew of this situation, but had done nothing to rectify it. I am now in the process of trying to get a refund for the passes (2), let alone the admission fees we had to pay because the passes were not honored. Has anyone else who used passes in Paris after June 30th experienced this?