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recent booking experiences - RENFE or Raileurope

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I need to book a ticket soon for an overnight trip Lisbon to San Sebastain - it has been several years since I have done a trip like this and I know booking experiences / procedures have been changing.

I pulled up info from both sites (RENFE and RailEurope) and am wondering which site is going to be easier to book from - fares seemed to be similar but I don't think either was showing greatly discounted fares. I was looking at a date about 30 days out. I just realized I may have missed the best fares at 60 days out! rats! But I know in the past RENFE could be difficult - is this still true? I don't mind spending a few extra $$ for an easy booking experience with tickets emailed to me, hence RailEurope.

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