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Two rail trips in Italy - buy tickets at station the day of, or rail pass?

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Can anyone tell me (roughly) how much it is to travel from Chiusi to Rome (one-way) and round trip on the fast train from Rome to Naples if you buy day of at the station?

My BF and I are traveling from Chiuso to Rome, and Rome to Naples and back (fast train) in October, and although I’m sure of the date we will be traveling, I’m not sure of the actual time. For that reason, buying a non-changeable ticket in advance seems risky, but I see if you buy a rail pass you still make a reservation but it’s able to be changed (for a fee). Is this really more economical though than just showing up and buying a ticket that day? I’m so confused, I want to be sure we do the most affordable option, but also keep it flexible.

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