Advice on passes please, a little confused

Advice on passes please, a little confused

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Aug 12, 2010 - 8:35 AM
me and my friends had bought the eurail pass (332 euro each) and i am wondering if i could get any discount if i want to go to jungfraujoch from interlaken?

there are 2 routes going up to jungfraujoch right?
1. Interlaken > Lauterbrunnen > Kleine Scheidegg > jungfraujoch
2. Interlaken > Grindelwald > Kleine Scheidegg > jungfraujoch

may i know which route is cheaper? which route is faster? what is the total amount i have to pay if i wanted to get a return ticket (go and return)?
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Aug 12, 2010 - 8:50 AM
Hi cygenus,

There are indeed two routes which cost the same and are equally fast. I would recommend to use both routes to see as much of the scenery as possible. A Eurail Pass grants a 25% discount on the prices listed here.

Enjoy the ride!
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Aug 12, 2010 - 9:29 AM
Good morning ticket's route is from interlaken up to jungfraujoch right? can i go up to jungfrau via grindelwald and then return via Lauterbrunnen? can i choose the route when im returning if im using Good Morning ticket? Sorry for the poor english

and 1 more question, It is stated that Good morning ticket cannot be discounted because it is already in reduced rate, if i buy the

Jungfraujoch via Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald 2nd class for 181.8 CHF - 25% discount = 136.36 CHF isn't it cheaper then Good Morning ticket? lol
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Aug 12, 2010 - 10:44 AM
The Good Morning Ticket is for the same route. It is for people who do not have a rail pass. In your case, it's best to use the discount of your Eurail Pass.
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Aug 12, 2010 - 11:09 AM
ok, thank you so much for the info and advice, really much appreciated.

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