What is the difference between Raileurope-world.com and eurail.com? Can they ship to me in Spain?

I am wondering about the difference between raileurope-world.com and eurail.com. I believe that both of the websites sell the same passes and sorts. I am thinking of getting a Eurail Globe Pass soon and activating it in December.
And I believe that both of the websites sell it to Americans from the United States. Additionally which of the two can ship passes to me if I am already in Europe? (Spain).

Thanks for any feedback!
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  • Thank you for your question.

    Those are not our websites, so I wouldn't be able to speak about what they would be able to offer. We are the United States-based seller of European tickets and passes for the North American market, and our only websites are www.raileurope.com (for residents of the U.S.), www.raileurope.ca (for residents of Canada), and www.raileurope.com.mx (for residents of Mexico).

    Residents of countries outside of North America would have to book through an affiliated agent in their own country or region. If you happen to be from a country outside of North America, you can refer to www.raileurope-world.com for a list of agencies that service other parts of the world. Once you're on www.raileurope-world.com, you would just scroll down to the bottom to view the list of agencies and links to their specific websites.

    If you are from the U.S., you would just place your order at www.raileurope.com. However, delivery to an address in Europe is not able to be arranged on our website. If you are from the U.S. but wish to arrange for an order to be delivered to you at an address in Europe, you would call us at 1-800-622-8600 or 1-847-916-1028. Our current hours are 9:00 AM to 8:30 PM ET Monday to Friday and 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM ET on Saturdays.

    The term 'Eurail' refers to a brand of rail passes that we sell as the North American supplier.
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