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Rome - Borghese Gallery Reservation Question

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When purchasing advance tickets, I prefer to go through the venue rather than a third party to save on the commission fees.

When I go to what I think is the Borghese Gallery official website and click Online Booking or Make a Reservation, it directs me to Ticket One, a broker.

The price on the Borghese Gallery website is 9 euros, but through Ticket One the cost is 13 euros.

Can anyone tell me if this is the only way to book in advance? Am I on the correct website? This is the first booking I've come across that cannot be done directly, so I thought maybe I was on one of those websites that looks official, but isn't.

This is where I've been going:

http://www.galleriaborghese.it/borghese/en/einfo.htm

Suggestions and information welcome.

Thank you!

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