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Trains from Florence to Venice

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Can anyone tell me what the difference is between these two sites that sell train tickets between Florence and Venice? Both seem to be only 2 hour trips.

This one is only 25 euros for a one-way ticket to Venice:
https://biglietti.italotreno.it/Booking_Acquisto_SelezioneTreno_A.aspx

And this one is 95 euros for a one-way ticket on the same day:
http://www.lefrecce.it/B2CWeb/search.do?parameter=searchOutputViewer

The first one reads like it's a privately owned company and the second is the Trenitalia. We'd obviously rather take the less expensive train which looks really nice.

Thanks for your help!

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