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Best website for point to point rail tickets from Switzerland to Germany

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I'm looking to book 2 adults and 2 children (11 & 13) from Geneva, Switzerland to Konstanz, Germany this August. I have a specific date and am willing to commit to a specific train time. I realize that most rail tickets cannot be booked until 92 days or closer, but I would like to do some research and determine where to buy from when the timeframe opens.

So far I have only found that I could book such a route on the SBB site, 30 days in advance. The German Bahn site says that Konstanz is too minor of a destination for them to provide international fare information from Geneva. Is there another site I should look into that may provide cheaper fares? The SBB site quotes around $372 for the four travelers (this includes 1/2 fare for the children.)

Thanks for any suggestions!

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