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Don't Understand the Trenitalia Mini-Base-Flessible-Ordinaria Fares

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We are traveling from Naples to Orbetello on April 28th. The Trenitalia web site (accessing through www.lefrecce.it) has the following fares listed in euros:

Mini 78.00
Base 90.00
Flessible 112.00
Ordinaria ranging from 7.40 to 16.40

I know there are very few seats alloted at this low fare, but am hestiate to book without feed-back from Fodorites. There is always a possibility that a passenger can't board a train, and the ensuing penalties. But, we fully intend to be on that first train (Frecciarossa).

Should I book?

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