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Questions about German rail passes

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I'm trying to decide which rail pass to purchase (I'm in the US) for our trip to Germany. Basically I'm looking for a 5-day, 2nd class twin pass. On www.bahn.com (DB) I'm unable to book second class - only 1st class. Don't know if it's a glitch or if they just aren't offering 2nd class twin. The 1st class, 5-day twin is 444 euro.
RailEurope.com offers 2nd class, 5-day twin for $464
germanrailpasses.com offers a 7-day twin, 2nd class for $435
I've dealt with both RailEurope and DB - no problems.. I have no information on germanrailpasses.com except what they say on their website. They display the DB insignia and claim to be connected. Does anyone have information on this website? Their ticket is the lowest priced one for what we want. Thanks.
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