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Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

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Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

I know that the Czech Rail has 25 euro trains to Prague from dresden,

but I can't get the ticket since it says i have to get it 60days before it to deliver.

Can i just purchase the ticket on spot?

will it cost more?

are there any other simple way!? HELP!~~

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1. Re: Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

You can buy a ticket at the train station. It will cost more, but not terribly so: 31,50 Euros.

I don't understand your problem...you need to buy the special priced ticket at least 3 days before, but no more than 60 i guess (I thought it was 90?)

Also, you can't buy Dresden - to- Prague ticket via CD, you'll need to use DB.

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2. Re: Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

It actually costs €19 and you buy it from www.db.de AT LEAST (not exactly) 92 days before departure until the discounted tickets sell out. Standard priced tickets never sell out and you can buy on the day if you want but it will cost more than €19.

Edited: 10 April 2011, 21:07
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3. Re: Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

Hi--I think you mean no more than 92 days out (not at least).

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4. Re: Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

sorry - you're right. I was so confused by the OP's question that it threw me a bit :)

5. Re: Dresden to Prague, do I HAVE to buy the ticket?

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