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german rail ticket question

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I was looking at rail tickets for two persons travelling from Baden Baden to Munich on the morning of May 29. I seems like the tickets are a bit high in price, and we are trying to stay on a budget, but would rather pay extra than waste a lot of extra time travelling. Would it be practical to use two different regional train passes (Baden Wuerttemberg and Bayern) on the same day to accomplish this trip? If so, where would you connect to switch between the two passes? We have never used the German train system but have traveled on other trains around Europe. Any help appreciated.

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