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Booking TGV Tickets, CDG-NICE Best booking site?

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Hi there, me and my GF trip to France is officially 3 months away yesterday and from my understanding, train schedules such as the TGV can be booked 3 months in advance?

we are looking at booking the TGV from CDG to Nice. However reading online there are various opinions as to where to book through

Where is the best place/best price to book train tickets online?

As well, are there certain tickets we should be looking at booking in the case that we miss the train we were scheduled for and have to rebook?

We have roughly 2.5-3 hours from landing to when the TGV departs in the morning by the looks of it, so missing the train could be a possibility and we dont want to buy tickets that may leave us with no option other than paying full price on the new tickets?

Any help would be very much appreciated

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