Aug 27, 2013 - 9:59 AM
Hi Joreen, thanks for that. As a rough estimation, I would say that the Swiss Half Fare Card is slightly cheaper. The main difference between both passes is that the Swiss Half Fare Card provides a 50% discount on all traveling, so you have to buy tickets for each trip. The Swiss Pass includes free traveling by trains, buses, boats and city transport. No tickets required here, so you can easily add a trip at no costs. It provides 50% discounts on mountain transport, with a few exceptions: the Jungfrau is 25% off and the Rigi is free. Many museums are free too with the Swiss Pass, which could be nice in Lucerne. Swiss Pass prices for Singapore are here. There are promo codes for an extra discount, but note that they expire after today.
As for the overall price: if you want to know the exact difference, you'd best do the math as explained on the page I linked to. All other information is on the pass pages I linked to as well.
If you did not book hotels yet can can find suggestions for Lucerne and Interlaken on our website.
I hope this helps you decide.
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