May 18, 2018 - 3:25 AM
in reply to Ash Rai
>> I am looking to get saver tickets so am a bit confused if I do need to get the Swiss Half fare card or not.
You talk about saver tickets, and Lucas has interpreted that as Supersaver tickets, but I am wondering whether you actually mean a Saver Day Pass. It would be helpful if you could use the official names for tickets and passes to avoid confusion.
If you do in fact mean that you will be buying a number of Saver Day Passes, you need to be aware that the Saver Day Pass does not cover your trips on the funicular from Interlaken to Harder Kulm or on the cable car from Mürren to the Schilthorn. You would have to pay full fare for those, unless you also buy a Swiss Half Fare Card for each adult for CHF 120. That will get you a 50% discount, and you will also get a discount on the Saver Day Pass.
Given your itinerary, I'm not sure that Saver Day Passes would actually be cheaper than a 4-day Swiss Travel Pass. However, there is no way of knowing for sure without costing all your trips out and comparing the results. Lucas has given you guidance on how to do that.
Are there any children aged 6-15 in your family?
Last modified on Nov 8, 2018 - 2:21 PM by Arno