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Renfe questiion

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Hi, this is for all the Renfe experts out there! I was looking to buy tickets from Seville to Malaga on May 19th. I only see one price for each train. I assume the discount tickets are sold out? If that is the case, can I wait to buy them until we get there (if the price is going to stay the same) or can the fares go up?

Also, if I buy tickets from Madrid to Seville and we then decide to get off in Cordoba to spend a few hours there (I want to, DH doesn't!), any idea if we can use get off & then exchange that ticket for a later train from Cordoba to Seville?? The ticket I would buy is the P+.
Thanks!

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