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Day Pass prices and resellers

Below you'll find points of sale. Note that you need to have a Swiss Half Fare Card in order to travel with the Day Pass.

Discounts

  • Children up to 5 travel along for free;
  • Children from 6 to 15 travel for free if the parents have a Swiss Half Fare Card and a Swiss Family Card. If the parents do not have a Swiss Family Card, they can buy the cheaper Day Pass Children. This pass requires the child to be accompanied by an adult, who doesn't need to be a relative. The children don't need a Swiss Half Fare Card;
  • There are no discounts for seniors or groups;
  • The Saver Day Pass is a cheaper alternative to consider;
  • The "9 o'clock travelpass" has been discontinued as of December 2017;

PRICES & PURCHASE OPTIONS

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  • Offers everything for your Switzerland trip: from single tickets to complete train holidays.
  • Extra support: if you buy here, MySwissAlps can also help if you have questions about your order.
  • The website sbb.ch is mostly aimed at Swiss residents.
  • Customer service can take a while to respond.
  • No extra support: MySwissAlps can't help with questions about your order.

  • You can buy rail passes at staffed Swiss rail stations. This is only possible during opening hours. These are different for each station.
  • You can buy train tickets for trips in Switzerland from staffed desks and from ticketing machines. The machines offer normal fares and most discounted fares.
  • You may have to wait in line, especially during rush hour, in popular towns and at airport train stations.
  • You can pay in Swiss francs. Often you can also pay in other currencies, but at a high exchange rate.
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