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Berlin to Prague train question

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Hello all. I'm coming up on my 90 day window for purchasing train fares. I assume I should simply use www.bahn.com but I wanted to check a few simple things before purchasing. Two adults and two children if that makes any difference.

1) Are there multiple train stations that I need to be concerned about or are "Berlin" and "Prague" sufficient?

2) There are "Savings Fares" available which I assume are the cheaper, advanced purchase, no refund fares. That's fine for us. However, the requirements/description are rather vague. There is a mention of a BahnCard 25 (perhaps only generically on the first screen). Do I need anything special to get these fares?

Thanks!

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