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Saver Pass

Lisa
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Do I have to have a GA pass/card to buy the Saver Pass. It looks like the GA area and the GA pass are two different things. I want to travel from Zurich airport to Wengen with a Saver Pass. The area looks like to me to be in the GA area. Am I correct? 
 
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nrr1
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The Saver Pass is valid for areas shown on the GA Map. You do NOT need a GA card to purchase a Saver Pass.

If you have a 1/2 Fare Card, Saver Passes are cheaper.

One suggestion, traveling from Zurich to Luzerm and using the Golden Pass routing from Luzern to Interlaken Ost (departs Luzern at XX:05 for most of the day) has super scenery on this section.

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nrr1
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nrr1
Traveller (bronze)
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The Saver Pass is valid for areas shown on the GA Map. You do NOT need a GA card to purchase a Saver Pass.

If you have a 1/2 Fare Card, Saver Passes are cheaper.

One suggestion, traveling from Zurich to Luzerm and using the Golden Pass routing from Luzern to Interlaken Ost (departs Luzern at XX:05 for most of the day) has super scenery on this section.

View solution in original post