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options for buying train tickets for Wien-Prag, then Prag-Dresden

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I am looking at buying train tickets for Wien-Prag, then several days later, Prag-Dresden.
What are the options for buying these point-to-point tickets? I have not purchased any train tickets through the Czech Republic before.
For Wien-Prag, it appears I can buy some kind of tickets online at www.oebb.at. It does not seem to offer any discount , so it appears if I buy and perhaps print a ticket, it appears to be for convenience and not as a cost saver like MINI or PREMS.
For Prag-Dresden, can I buy this ticket at a train station in Wien? The DB site displays a price, but it lacks a "Zur Buchung" button. When I look at www.cd.cz, it mentions that journey outside Czech requires calling the contact center or a ticket counter.

I am also trying to decipher RS tickets and tips for Czech trains. "international tickets are good for 3 days to 2mo. -- so take advantage of the freedom it gives you and hop on and hop off along the way." Does it mean I can buy Wien-Dresden ticket but get off in Prag for a few days and continue on with same ticket to Dresden? This sounds too good to be true.

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