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Better options than Rail Europe?

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Here's our itinerary:

09/19: Brussels to Brugge (train)
09/21: Brugge to Amsterdam (train)
09/23: Amsterdam to Munich (overnight train)
09/27: Munich to Vienna (car rental)
10/01: Vienna to Budapest (car rental)
10/05: Budapest to Krakow (car rental)
10/08: Krakow to Prague (car rental)
10/12: Prague to Berlin (car rental)
10/14: Berlin to Brussels (overnight train)

The dates are subject to change here and there. Regardless, I'll be renting a car one-way from Munich to Berlin and taking a train for the other 4 legs. I'm currently looking at the Eurail Benelux-Germany Pass which allows unlimited travel for 5 days within a 2 month period for $506.00 each (not including the extra costs for tickets/seat reservations). Is there a better source for train tickets than Rail Europe? Can I buy the tickets directly from another source while still in the U.S.?

Thanks for any help!

Mike

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