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A friend and I are planning a trip from Cincinnati to Atlanta and are interested in taking a bus. Neither of us have used Megabus or Greyhound in the past and are curious to know more about them. We are looking to leave on 2/28 in the afternoon and come back 3/4 anytime. Price wise (so far) Greyhound is way cheaper but it is a longer trip. Can anyone give us tips or information on either companies? ANYTHING (and I mean anything) would be helpful!

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