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Train from ZÜRICH to Kaiserslautern Hbf Diferece of Saving & Standard Fare

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My family of 4 will travel from ZÜRICH to Kaiserslautern Hbf. Train tickets at thetrainline-europe.com offers 2 different types of fares, with first class and second class within each fare type :
1) Saving Fare:
Fare conditions: Sparpreis Europa Schweiz
This is a linked train route. This means your ticket is only valid for the exact trains printed on your ticket. A limited number of tickets are available for purchase up to one day before date of travel. Exchanges and cancellation fee EUR 17,50, no exchanges or refunds as from 1st day of validity

first class: 158 euros
2nd class: 118 euros

2) Standard Fare:
Fare conditions: Flexpreis

Fully flexible (not bound to a specific train / not dependent on the connection indicated on the selected route). Exchange/refund free of charge, a fee of EUR 17,50 will apply from the 1st day of validity.
First class: 325 euros
2nd class: 192 euros

The trip duration is the same. Would you please advise which one I should take and the difference between the fare type and difference between 1st and 2nd class. Thank you in advance.

Regards.

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