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Point to point vs saver day pass

Alexandra22
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Hello, what is the difference between saver day pass and point to point ticket? Does the point to point ticket allow you to make stops along the way? For example if I want to go from Geneve to Montreux can I stop in Lausanne for a few hours, then continue my way to Montreux and return to Geneva the same day by using the point to point ticket? Thank you.

Re: Point to point vs saver day pass

NicolasK
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Hi @Alexandra22 

Thank you for your request.

The Saver Day Pass covers almost all train, bus and tram connections all over Switzerland. A point to point ticket is only valid on the chosen journey. With both tickets you have the possibility to stop in Lausanne and continue your journey to Montreux few hours later.

You will find all the information here:

Saver Day Pass: https://www.sbb.ch/en/travelcards-and-tickets/tickets-for-switzerland/1-day-travelpass/saver-day-pas... (attention to the conditions of use under “terms and conditions”)

Point-to-point tickets: https://www.sbb.ch/en/travelcards-and-tickets/tickets-for-switzerland/individual-tickets.html

I wish you a good day.

Regards
NicolasK

Re: Point to point vs saver day pass

Joie
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Hi could I buy a point to point ticket from Luzern to Lauterbrunnen and travel 

1. Train - luzern to Brienz

2. Ship - brienz to interlaken ost 

3. Train - interlaken ost to Lauterbrunnen

Or do I have to buy each journey separately?