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.
- 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 a cheaper 1-day travel pass for the children. 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
Your country of residence
Near-instant delivery of the Swiss Travel Pass, Swiss Half Fare Card, Saver Day Pass and point to point tickets. Pick "E-tickets" as the delivery method to receive your order through e-mail within 30 minutes. You can print your pass/ticket at home.
Delivery within 1 business day of reservations for the Golden Pass trains and Bernina/Glacier/Gotthard Panorama Express, the Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland, and the 1-day travelpass. Pick "E-tickets" as the delivery method to receive your order through e-mail. You can print your pass at home. 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). This is the only option for products that can't be e-mailed, such as Jungfrau Travel Pass, Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland, Swiss Travel Pass Flex, Tell-Pass, and Eurail passes.
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.
Fast helpdesk to answer questions
Extended support: MySwissAlps can answer most questions about your order as well
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Purchase option 2: Rail stations in Switzerland
CHF 75.00 (€ 65.75) p.p.
Passes: on the spot purchase is only possible at staffed stations during opening hours. Domestic tickets: also available via ticketing machines. International tickets: in most cases, a CHF 10 p.p. service fee applies ("SBB Auftragspauschale International"). 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.