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Delta Fare Class Tickets? What do they mean???

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I am trying to book tickets from Atlanta to Venice, with a return from Barcelona to Atlanta. (I am taking a long cruise next fall).

On the Delta site they list NINE fare classes in coach alone.

They are:

Can anyone help me here? I have searched the Delta site, I have googled, there doesn't seem to be any answers or explanation as to why they would need 9 separate categories for tickets in coach. It is beyond ridiculous.

Is there a Delta employee out there who can explain this to me? I have been on hold with Delta now close to 30 min and I am getting impatient and thought someone in Fodor's might have the answer.

Thanks bunches for any answers.

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