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Seville to Malaga: another RENFE questions

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Another question about our upcoming Andalusia trip (family of 4, kids 14 & 11) . . .

It looks like the train will be the better option to travel from Seville to Malaga. There are both "MD" and "AVANT" options which I assume are regional and high speed. The prices seem fixed at 23.20€ and 42€ respectively whether I look on our travel date (26 Oct) or this Saturday. Based on that, I'm assuming there is no benefit to buying ahead. Is that the case?

Is there any benefit? Should I wait until we are in Seville and avoid the RENFE online headache? Or should we just get them on the day?

BTW, it looks like the bus is the better option for Malaga-Granada (discussed previously) and Granada-Seville. I wasn't planning on buying those ahead of time either.

Thanks again for your help.

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