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Italy Trains

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I had taken a trip to Italy and pre-booked all the non-regional trains about 3 months in advance with some pretty big discounts from what I remember at the time of booking. I was giving advice to someone else for their upcoming trip and apparently there isn't much difference in the price of the tickets. Did they overall reduce the price of them or do they just offer more "super economy" and "economy" tickets now for them to still be available a few days in advance? I don't really remember seeing any "CartaFreccia" special before. It hasn't even been a year since I traveled there.

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