Aug 17, 2011 - 7:30 AM
Hi Ika! If you're from Indonesia, you may prefer to purchase your Swiss Saver Pass at Trainticket
rather than RailEurope
. Did you enter your country of residence 'Indonesia' and the right pass variant 'Swiss Saver Pass 4 days' in the upper right corner of the Swiss Pass page
, as I explained before? If you do so, you'll see all rates applying to your country, and that shows that Trainticket is cheaper in your case than RailEurope.
By the way, if you do prefer to purchase through RailEurope, that's possible for Indonesia as well. Again, fill out your country and the right pass at the Swiss Pass page
, and click the button for ordering at RailEurope. Add the right pass and proceed. When asked for your name and address, you can just select Indonesia from a small drop-downlist.
Please note that there's no alternative for having the passes sent to your home address in Indonesia when ordering online. I'm sorry to hear that you had a bad experience before, but in this case it's the easiest and cheapest way to receive your Swiss Saver Pass. No, the print-out of the transaction won't be acknowledged: you need the actual Swiss Saver Pass.
Last modified on Dec 28, 2014 - 4:35 PM by Arno