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pont to point

ivy88
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Dear SBB team, 

 

I have a question about the ticket called “point to point”.

In the description of the ticket it says: “one way, return or round trip in Switzerland. Valid 1 calendar day until 5:00 am. Reduced fare with Half- Fare travel card”

What does this mean:

1. That I can book ticket examp. one way  from Geneva-via Lausanne-Zurich. And then,  using same ticket I bought I can come back to Geneva using same way I came. (Zurich via Lausanne- Geneva) on the same day until 5:00 am?

2. It is just one way ticket point to point Exampl. From Geneva via Lausanne- Zurich.

Best,

Ivona

 

 


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Re: pont to point

EllenvS
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Hi @ivy88 

A one way point-to-point ticket allows you to go from point A to point stopping as many times as you need, as long as you stick to your chosen route. 

Ex. Geneva-via Lausanne-Zurich : You start your journey in Geneva, then you stop in Lausanne for a nice walk around the lake and by noon you are in Zürich.

If you return to Geneva later the same day, you will need a second point-to-point ticket from point B to point A. 

Another option, is a day pass, which gives you the option of traveling wherever you want in Switzerland using the public transports during one day. 

If you have further questions and if you want to be advised individually about a particular route, please call our Contact Center 0041 848 44 66 88 (CHF 0.08/Min). If you are calling from abroad and this number doesn't work, please try 0041 51 225 78 00. 

Have a nice day. EllenvS.

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Re: pont to point

EllenvS
Moderator
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Hi @ivy88 

A one way point-to-point ticket allows you to go from point A to point stopping as many times as you need, as long as you stick to your chosen route. 

Ex. Geneva-via Lausanne-Zurich : You start your journey in Geneva, then you stop in Lausanne for a nice walk around the lake and by noon you are in Zürich.

If you return to Geneva later the same day, you will need a second point-to-point ticket from point B to point A. 

Another option, is a day pass, which gives you the option of traveling wherever you want in Switzerland using the public transports during one day. 

If you have further questions and if you want to be advised individually about a particular route, please call our Contact Center 0041 848 44 66 88 (CHF 0.08/Min). If you are calling from abroad and this number doesn't work, please try 0041 51 225 78 00. 

Have a nice day. EllenvS.

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