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JETT bus (Amman & Petra) - ticket help!

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We are heading to Jordan on Monday night (will arrive Tues) and will be staying at the Amman Marriott. The plan is to see Jerash/Dead Sea the first day (Wed) and then take our rip to Petra on Thursday. We will be doing Petra in a day, and plan to take the JETT bus there/back.

I can't seem to find info about how far in advance we need to buy the JETT bus tickets. The JETT website didn't have booking info (other than an int'l phone #). Do the tickets sell out in advance? Ideally, we'd like to either stop by the office and get them on Wednesday or at least make a reservation over the phone to pick up/pay on Thurs morning. I don't expect Thursdays in November (& Thanksgiving day!) to be the busiest tourist day in Petra, but I'd hate to get there and not have seats. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

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