Jun 15, 2011 - 6:30 AM
Hi PinkPenguin, and welcome! First, as for the Swiss (Saver) Pass: it's valid for either 4, 8, 15 or 22 consecutive days or 1 consecutive month. The Swiss Flexi Saver Pass is a variant offering a number non-consecutive days of free travel, and discounts on other days. You'll find all details on the Swiss (Saver) Pass and the Swiss (Saver) Flexi Pass page.
For your itinerary, a 3 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass is the best option. It offers 3 days of free traveling, to be used for your inbound journey on July 6 (the pass is valid from Domodossola or Chiasso onwards, depending on your train connection), your trip from Zermatt to Lucerne on July 8, and your outbound journey from Lucerne to Milan (the pass is valid up to the Swiss border, being either Domodossola or Chiasso). On the remaining days, you'll receive a 50% discount.
If you buy the ticket for your inbound journey at Milan, and if you have a valid Swiss Saver Flexi Pass, you only have to purchase a ticket up to Domodossola or Chiasso (please refer to the timetable to choose your connection). From Domodossola or Chiasso, the Swiss Saver Flexi Pass will serve as your ticket.
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