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Roma Pass question on Borghese reservation

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So my wife and I are going to Ostia Antica tomorrow and Borghese on Thursday.

We are getting the 48 hour pass vs. the 72 hour pass. So we get one free ticket.

If we go to Ostia Antica first, does that mean the "free" pass will go to that one or can I choose?

Also, if I am forced to use it on Ostia Antica, will I still be okay to go to Borghese even though I don't have the "free" part left? I got a reservation for Thursday, but I guess it's technically not "free" anymore since it may be used at Ostia if it's based on "first-use."

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