Jun 24, 2011 - 11:44 AM
Hello Ashish, and welcome! In your case, the price difference between regular tickets versus a Swiss Half Fare Card isn't that big: regular tickets would be about CHF 10,00 cheaper per person than discounted tickets with the Swiss Half Fare Card. But that's based only on the trips you listed. If you plan to make a short trip on your last day in Luzern, or use some local transportation there, a Swiss Half Fare Card will quickly become cost effective as the price difference is that small.
Day cards are available indeed, but only combined with the Swiss Half Fare Card, and you won't need them. You'll find detailed information at the Swiss Half Fare Card page
. Purchase options are listed there as well, under the header 'Where to buy your Swiss Half Fare Card'. Just fill out your country of residence and other data to find out how to purchase the Swiss Half Fare Card.Tickets for the Titlis
don't have to be purchased in advance, but if you want to, you can order them online along with your Swiss Half Fare Card. Click 'add more tickets' during the order process to get to an overview of excursions, including the Titlis.
I hope this answers some questions!
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