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graubündenPASS prices and resellers

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graubündenPASS prices and resellers

Below you'll find prices and points of sale for the graubündenPASS. The pass is a physical document. It can not be downloaded or printed at home.

Discounts

  • a 25% discount applies to the pass price if you have a valid Swiss Travel Pass or Swiss Half Fare Card at the time of traveling;
  • Junior travelcard: children from 6 to 15 (inclusive) travel for free (even on routes where the parents just get a discount), if accompanied by at least one parent with a graubündenPASS;
  • If not accompanied by a parent, children from 6 to 15 get a 50% discount on the pass;
  • Children up to 5 travel along for free. They don't need a pass;
  • There are no special fares for seniors.

PRICES & PURCHASE OPTIONS

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Purchase option 1: Online via HappyRail (BEST BUY)

www.happyrail.com

CHF 112.00 (€ 95.38) p.p. (no additional charges) (7-day graubündenPASS 2nd class)

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  • Print at home available for Swiss Travel Pass, Swiss Half Fare Card, Swiss Transfer Ticket and point to point tickets. Also for Golden Pass and Bernina/Glacier/Gotthard Panorama Express reservations. Pick "E-tickets" when asked for delivery information. Delivery through e-mail within one business day, orders received before 4:30 PM CET on Friday will be e-mailed the same day.
  • Free shipping to your home address or any address in Switzerland (e.g. your hotel). Pick this option if there's no print at home for your order.
  • Pickup at Zurich Airport is available for a fee. Orders received before 4 PM CET can be collected 2 business days later.
  • Payment by credit card or Paypal. Note that a fee applies to a few of the payment options.
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CHF 113.00 (€ 96.23) p.p. (7-day graubündenPASS 2nd class)

  • Purchase only possible at staffed stations in the concerning region during opening hours. In some cases it's also possible at larger bus stations, ship docks and at the rail stations of airports. For details, refer to the railway company operating in the region.
  • There may be queues at busier times.
  • Pass prices are equal to those in the official SBB ticketshop (if they sell this particular product)
  • Payment in Swiss francs. Payment in other currencies is often possible, but usually a high exchange rate applies. Cash payments only in Swiss francs and sometimes EUR.
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