Feb 18, 2021 - 9:56 PM
in reply to Swede4life
No you do not have to formally delclare usage days ahead of time. You will just want to use the 15 days for your longest or most expensive travel days. And yes, you do not destingush betwee SBB and any other train or type of travel. When you do the excel spreadsheet, be sure to include as many of the smaller side trips, boats, cable cars, and other, as you think you might consider. For our excel spread sheet, I did one column for no pass, one for 1/2 fare card, and one for flex. The comment about the ease of having a pass to make last minute decisions is valid. Buying tickets has gotten easier over the years with the ticket machines at each stop/station. Not to muddy the water, but there are also saver day passes and super saver tickets. Take a look as to how they might fit into your schedule. We used super saver several times during out last trip to upgrade to 1st class for the same price as 2nd.
Last modified on Feb 18, 2021 - 9:59 PM by hockeyfan