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Optimal train booking FRA Airport-->Bamberg ?

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Arriving 10:45 to Frankfurt Friday May 25 from JFK on Singapore Air.
1) Q-Durch Ticket 24E pp (nice), BUT using local trains, 12:02-->15:30 or 13:02-->16:34 (a looong transit after a sleepless flight)
2) Normal Price 53E pp, 12:02-->14:34 or 12:37-->15:17 (most expensive)
or
3) Sparangebot 44E pp ...Not sure if we can make the 12:37-->arriving in Bamberg 15:17 (next train 13:29--->16:17 HATE to get there that late!)
Your thought on #3? Can we make it through customs and pick up luggage + get to Fernbahnhof in time? Do we lose the WHOLE price of the Sparticket OR just pay the difference between that and the full price IF we miss the train?

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