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Where to find sleeper/couchette prices w/Global pass for cross-border train

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I'm brain dead! I thought I knew how to do this but I can't.

I'm looking for couchette and sleeper prices for a specific train, EN477, from Prague to Budapest, Apr. 14, 2012. I'll have a Eurail Global pass so all I need is the cost to sleep.

bahn.de doesn't give prices for trains that don't start in Germany, even though in this case one leg of EN477 does. But I'll be boarding in Prague, not Germany.

The Czech rail site does not give prices for trains that are not entirely in the Czech Republic either.

When I checked Raileurope, which I prefer not to use in general, all they gave me were seat prices on a different train, even when I specified exactly which train I wanted and exactly the departure time from Prague. No help there...

I've posted this asking the board in general, since I know many of you know how to do what I'm having trouble doing!

Thanks.

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