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Train Naples to Rome ?

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Hi Guys.
I have been looking into trains from Naples to Rome in mid August and have seen mention of reduced 'mini' fares in forums. I'm willing to book in advance to save money on a faster train but would not be willing to pay the full amt of €45 per person for the fast rain, so my other option is Inter city train which I've read is €22 each. However when I go onto italiarail.com I don't see mention of 'mini' fare prices. I see I can get an intercity train at a 20% Family discount for €72 second class - how is this a discount if it should be €22?

I'm sure Im missing something obvious here and thanks for any help in making this clearer!

Im just wondering if we should just but the ticket at the station on the way!

Any discounts for 13 yr olds?

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