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1-day travelpass 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 1-day travelpass.

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 1-day travel pass for 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 cheaper "9 o'clock travelpass" has been discontinued as of December 2017;
  • The Saver Day Pass is explained here.

PRICES & PURCHASE OPTIONS

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CHF 75.00 p.p. (no additional charges)

  • Passes: on the spot purchase is only possible at staffed stations during opening hours. Domestic tickets: also available via ticketing machines. For details, refer to the railway company servicing the station of choice.
  • There may be queues at busier times, particularly in popular towns and airport train stations
  • 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.
  • Extended support: not available
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