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Saver day pass

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Hi, I am travelling to Switzerland in May and I'm wondering which pass I should be buying to get the most out of it and I have a mate travelling with me as well.

Was planning to travel from interlaken to Jungfraujoch ( top of Europe station ).

I was thinking to buy the following tickets but wasn't sure.

1. Buy the half fare pass @CHF 75.
2. Buy saver pass estimated CHF 49 for 1st class at this point of time.
3. Buy 1 companion ticket for CHF 38.

Questions

1. Can I proceed with the above option
2. can i use it from interlaken and all the way to top of Europe station without buying any other tickets upon buying saver day pass?
3. Do we need to purchase an additional ticket after buying a companion ticket for my mate?
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Re: Saver day pass

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Hey @Kenzo100ml

Thanks for your request.

Unfortunately I can't recommend any of the mentioned products. The Lauterbrunnen - Jungfraujoch line is operated by Jungfrau Railways, none of the three products are valid on this route (only between Interlaken and Lauterbrunnen).

The best offer for this route are the standard price tickets. You can find more information here: https://www.jungfrau.ch/en-gb/


Regards
NicolasK