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Arno
Arno
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Mar 2, 2013 - 3:02 AM

Hello,

Travelers from Canada, the US and surrounding countries can now take advantage of free extra travel days on Eurail Global Passes. This pass allows free train traveling across Europe, including Switzerland.

This is what you get if you book a pass before March 29:

  • 5 extra days on a 1-month pass
  • 3 extra days on a 21-day pass
  • 2 extra days on a 15-day pass
Passes can be used until 6 months after booking, so that includes the summer.

For details and purchasing, please refer to these pages:Pass details can found on our website as well.

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rampreet
rampreet
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Mar 26, 2013 - 3:25 PM
Hi Arno,

we are going to Spain, Italy, and Switzerland for 14 days. Spain(2 days), Italy(5 days), and Switzerland(6days).. Planning to choose a eurorail select pass for 3 countr ies for 15 days thats around 655$ per person 1st class saver price.. plus the other supplements thats is going to add up to my cost. Please guide me what should I do to keep the cost low..
Thanks in advance
Arno
Arno
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Mar 26, 2013 - 3:58 PM
Hello rampreet and welcome to MySwissAlps,

This promotion would allow you to travel for 17 days instead of 14, so that's indirect saving. Another way to save money is to use what's included for free in your pass and skip excursions that you need to pay extra for, and prevent traveling on trains that need a supplement. I assume you're from the US or Canada since you're looking into this promotion?

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