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Trenitalia confusion...please help

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I know I'm old and sometimes have a hard time understanding but...
I am monitoring the Trenitalia site for discount fares for May, 2013.
I know that fares do not appear before 120 days. I know that discounts come and go, but would someone try to explain why the discount exists for a single ticket and not two tickets?

For example, I'm looking at Milano Centrale to Venezia S Lucia for May 18, 2013, 1st class, 11:35, and it shows an Economy fare of 38 Euro (the Super Economy is sold out) FOR ONE. If I update to 2 people, the Economy fare shows SOLD OUT!!?

Any insight??

Do you think I could do two separate transactions for one ticket each rather than one transaction for two people (I'm "registered")?

Thanks!!!

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