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Dukey Mar 25th, 2009 06:16 AM

Realistically, how much do you save by getting this fare?

Is it worth the hassle?

acswift Mar 25th, 2009 06:34 AM

It saved me about 20€ per leg of my trip to be able to take advantage of the Amica fare since I am traveling with 3 other people. Completely worth it in my instance, a total of almost $60 saved. If I were traveling alone it might not be worth it.

kybourbon Mar 25th, 2009 08:36 AM

Amica is 20% off, but only on certain trains. The major routes (Rome/Florence, Rome/Naples, Florence/Venice) you will save about 6E on each trip.

Agenzale - To see the prices of tickets that include R and D trains, you must enter a date within 7 days. If you are trying to price the faster trains (AV/ES/ICPlus) without any R or D connections, you can enter a date within 60 days.


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