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Sadem bus from Milan Malpensa/MXP to Turin

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have read about the bus on this forum- a few questions after looking at their Italian/English info sheet:

It says "reservation is required", and then also says tickets can be bought at the airport- are they just saying you need to have a ticket in hand before boarding? We'd like to await our daughters' arrival before buying the tickets, vs buying them ahead online. Is there usually availability to just buying the tickets and getting on the next bus when we're ready to go? (I realize they leave every 2 hrs or so.)

There's also a special note about luggage theft from the bus- not sure if your bags are on-board with you, or in a luggage compartment. Is this a case of just being aware, or more cause for concern?

Anything else I should know? Thanks in advance.

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