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Hi, i am planing to travel with family member, parents age 71 and 68, two adults and a baby age 1,

Will reach zurich on 12 sept and leave on 25 sept. planning to stay at lauterbrunen, and will go to jungfrau, maybe zermatt, how should I buy for the pass so that can save most?

Pls advised. 

Thank you very much.

 

Siau Ying from malaysia


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Hello @siauying 

You can buy and show all tickets on the same app, it is not necessary to have multiple apps/devices.

Kindly note that you need to purchase a Swiss Half-Fare-Card in order to be allowed travelling with 1/2-priced tickets: Tickets marked with "½" are valid for:

- Half-Fare Card holders (valid for 1 year)
- Swiss Half-Fare Card holders (valid for 1 month)
- Children from 6 - 15,99 years old
- Unaccompanied children under 6 years of age

Information on the "Half-Fare" and "Day-Ticket" offer is available on www.sbb.ch/en/half-fare.

Information on the "Swiss Half-Fare Card" is available on https://www.sbb.ch/en/leisure-holidays/travel-in-switzerland/international-guests/swiss-halffare-car...

Kids under the age of 6 are travelling for free,

Greetings, ValerieS

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Hello @siauying 

Thank you for your request.

Here you can find some offers for international guests: https://www.sbb.ch/en/leisure-holidays/travel-in-switzerland/international-guests.html 

You have also he possibility to buy supersaver tickets: https://www.sbb.ch/en/travelcards-and-tickets/tickets-for-switzerland/supersaver-tickets.html

For further questions, I recommend you to contact our Railservice: +41 848 44 66 88 (CHF 0.08/min). 

I wish you a nice day. 

Kind regards,

MarinaZ

 

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hello MarinaZ, 

 

Thank you very much for your assist, it do solve my problem.

Another question is , I have to buy 4 x half fare card, and of course all the travel  ticket is x 4, can I buy it under 1(my register name) SBB APP? or I need 4 individual APP ?

Do child under 2 years old need the ticket ?

Thanks again for your assist.

Have a nice day.

 

SIau Ying

 

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Traveller (platinum)
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Hello @siauying 

You can buy and show all tickets on the same app, it is not necessary to have multiple apps/devices.

Kindly note that you need to purchase a Swiss Half-Fare-Card in order to be allowed travelling with 1/2-priced tickets: Tickets marked with "½" are valid for:

- Half-Fare Card holders (valid for 1 year)
- Swiss Half-Fare Card holders (valid for 1 month)
- Children from 6 - 15,99 years old
- Unaccompanied children under 6 years of age

Information on the "Half-Fare" and "Day-Ticket" offer is available on www.sbb.ch/en/half-fare.

Information on the "Swiss Half-Fare Card" is available on https://www.sbb.ch/en/leisure-holidays/travel-in-switzerland/international-guests/swiss-halffare-car...

Kids under the age of 6 are travelling for free,

Greetings, ValerieS

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