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Spain Pass - Feedback Pls / Suitability For My Itinerary?

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Has anybody used the "Spain Pass" as listed on RENFE website - http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/viajes_internacionales/spainpass/index.html

Summary:
"Renfe Spain Pass is a pass that allows non-residents in Spain to travel around the country.

This pass is active for 6 months as from the date of issue and is valid for 1 month as from the date on which it is first validated for a journey.
Customers can choose between two modalities: Business/Club or Tourist, for adult. Customers can choose passes of 4, 5, 8, 10 or 12 journeys, to be used within 1 month.
It is valid for all AVE Long Distance and Medium Distance trains (excluding couchettes).
The ticket allows you to complete your journey by Commuter train provided that it connects with the place of origin or destination of your booking.
It can be purchased on Internet and at authorized travel agencies and stations.
With the rail pass finder bookings can be made free of charge on Internet and at authorized travel agencies and stations."

My train travel will be between 1) Madrid-Seville, 2) Seville-Granada, 3)Granada-Barcelona. There may be day trips from Madrid to Segovia & Toledo, and from Seville to Cordoba. For this route, does it make sense to go for this pass, or to buy point-to-point tickets?

Cheers

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