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Austrian train pricing

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I am surprised that the Austrian train website now has fares posted for July as I had read that fares are never posted more than 92 days in advance, especially when the June timetable change is looming.

Looking at these fares, 2 questions for my desired itinerary:

1. I can only pull up 2 adult fares at the super discounted rate of 29 euros per day, if I try 3 adults I get 2 seats at 29 and then 1 seat at 39. Is this because only 2 seats per day are at the super low price, or does it only let you buy 2 seats per reservation at the lowest price?

2. In trying for the family rate, I get 2 adults at 29 euros, 2 youths 14-25 at 39 euros, and 1 youth 13 and under free. This is strange, is it correct?

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