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Rome ~ Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini - help me book it!

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Could someone please help me navigate this site to book tickets for the Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini please? Here is the site to purchase tickets:

http://shop.ticketone.it/spl-tosc/chooseProduct.jsp?cdProduct=TRAI2012IN0229&inMapBuy=1&cdDeliveryOption=2

It looks like I can't buy for June yet? Please correct me if I am wrong.

If this is an exhibit that you walk through, why are there rows and seats - is that for a video?

It looks like there is only one English tour/video per day at 13:15?

As an example to be sure I am reading this correctly, if I would pick March 31/English, the booking page shows 3 grey x's, then a row of red squares, then more grey x's. Although I don't understand why there would be grey x's on either side of what I think are available seats (?), I think the red ones are available. Next I click on a red square and a smaller box appears: Intero Prevendita (7.50) and Ridotto Prevendita (5.50) - which do I choose? What do they mean?

I'm looking for dates in June - would you wait until they appear on this site or call? Has anyone ever called and gotten someone who speaks English?
If there is anything else that I am missing, I'd love to hear about it.

Thanks in advance - it's so nice to know that someone out there can help me out!

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