Jun 14, 2018 - 6:06 PM
in reply to Den
Yeah, working those spreadsheets isn't fun. :(
Based on your itinerary I'd only look at the Swiss Travel Pass or the Swiss Half Fare Card. Even if the Swiss Travel Pass is a little more expensive it pays for itself in convenience.
If you want to try the spreadsheet in the end use you Swiss railways timetable for all prices (the first price you see is for Swiss Half Fare Card holders; double it for the regular, one-way price. https://www.myswissalp s.com/timetable
Plug in those regular prices on the first column (option A)
Then the Swiss Travel Pass prices for Option B (most city to city routes are free but most the mountain routes are discounted between 25% and 50%). Mt. Rigi and Mt. Schilthorn are two notable exceptions and are free with the Swiss Travel Pass: https://www.myswissalp s.com/swisstravelpass/ validity
Finally plug in the prices for the Swiss Half Fare Card for Option C (all 50% off). Then see what each column totals (plus purchase price of the rail passes).
Like I said before, if it is too annoying to bother with just go with the Swiss Travel Pass. :)
https://www.myswissalp s.com/swisstravelpass/ price
Last modified on Jun 14, 2018 - 6:06 PM by Lucas