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Anyone used RENFE to book rail tickets for travel in Spain recently?

I'm repeatedly getting a message that the overnight train for the return leg of my journey (Sat 15th June) is 'unavailable' 'please check back later'.

Does this mean seats haven't been released yet, or they've all sold out already?

It's baffling because the days either side and the previous and following Saturdays have availability.

It's been like this for about 4-5 days now and I can't work out what's going on.

And all the time my flight option increases in price too.....

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