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train from Madrid to Cordoba, can I take an earlier train

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There is a very comprehensive explanation of the RENFE trains on tripadvisor but I can't seem to copy the link. Of interest to me is the following paragraph in the explanation----


If you arrive at Atocha two or three hours before your booked train leaves, check the electronic board and see if there is an earlier train going to your destination. If there is, go to the ticket office and ask for a change to the earlier train, which you can get for free.


We will be arriving to Madrid from the US and taking the train to Cordoba the same day. If I have a Promo plus (P+) ticket on a AVE train and we have more than enough time at the Atocha station, can we take an earlier train if seats available at no additional cost or can I only do this if I originally purchase a full price (F) ticket.


Thanks for all the train help, I think I've almost got it figured out, of course that could change as soon as I try to purchase my tickets ;;) Deborah

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