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Eurail: What is the difference between the consecutive-day pass and the flexipass?

A consecutive-day pass provides unlimited rail travel for the duration of the pass, once it has been validated.

The flexipass gives the pass-holder a 2 monthperiod from the validation date to utilize the number of days they have purchased for their pass. (Ex: the 5 day flexipass allows 5 days of travel in a 2 month period, The 8 day flexipass allows 8 days of travel in a 2 month period, etc.)

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