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What kind of ticket do I need to purchase for the children to one day travel

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We will be travelling in September with 2 adults  and 1 child (13 years old). For adult we will be buying 'Saver Day Pass' for the frist day, from Zurich to Luzern to  Zermatt. I have a question, for the child, which ticket should i buy?   '1-Day Travelpass for children'  or 'Saver Day Pass for children' . Thanks.


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Hello @MandySo 

Thank you for your request.

I recommend you to buy one of the following offers: 

  • When accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket, children aged six to 16 years can travel 2nd class for CHF 16 for the whole day. The 1-day travelpass for children costs CHF 32 for 1st class.
  • You have also the possibility to buy the Children's Co travelcard. With the Children’s Co-travelcard for CHF 30, one child from six years can travel throughout Switzerland for a whole year. It is valid for children up to their 16th birthday accompanied by an adult (16 and over) holding a valid ticket. Please note that you must bring an official form of identification for the child to the counter when purchasing tickets and travelcards.

I wish you a nice day. 

Best regards, 

MarinaZ

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Hello @MandySo 

Thank you for your request.

I recommend you to buy one of the following offers: 

  • When accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket, children aged six to 16 years can travel 2nd class for CHF 16 for the whole day. The 1-day travelpass for children costs CHF 32 for 1st class.
  • You have also the possibility to buy the Children's Co travelcard. With the Children’s Co-travelcard for CHF 30, one child from six years can travel throughout Switzerland for a whole year. It is valid for children up to their 16th birthday accompanied by an adult (16 and over) holding a valid ticket. Please note that you must bring an official form of identification for the child to the counter when purchasing tickets and travelcards.

I wish you a nice day. 

Best regards, 

MarinaZ

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We will travel using saver day pass with 2 Kids 3 and 5 years, do I need to buy any kind of pass or ticket for them.
thank you

 

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@Morad 
We will travel using saver day pass with 2 Kids 3 and 5 years, do I need to buy any kind of pass or ticket for them.
thank you
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Hi @Morad 

Thank you for your request.

Accompanied children under six years travel free of charge. The accompanying person must be at least 12 years old and hold a valid ticket. It is not necessary to take a ticket for them.

You will find more information under: www.sbb.ch/en/travelcards-and-tickets/tickets-for-switzerland/children.html

Regards
NicolasK