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Help Booking Trenitalia tickets: Venice - Florence - Rome

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I am trying to figure out buying train tickets on the lefrecce website so I can take advantage of the cheaper Mini fares.

I am going from Venice to Florence on May 12
From what I am seeing on that website, the best option seems to be:
Venezia S. Lucia 08:27 - Firenze S. M. Novella 10:35 FRECCIARGENTO 9411 = 58 Euros
For those that have traveled this route before, does this seem like a good MINI fare? Should I book this now? Can the prices go lower?

I am also going from Florence to Rome on May 16
I have no idea which Rome station to choose? there are about 10 listed ( Tutte Le Stazioni, Aurelia, Balduina, Casilina, Monte Mario, etc)
I’m staying near Piazza Navona.

Also, what is the difference between the lefrecce website and the trenitalia website?

Thanks so much for your help!

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