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regarding saver day pass

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I am a little confused with already posted messages about Saver Day Pass. I saw one message where the person has said that they bought a Saver Day Pass and on the day when they were travelling, SBB inspector demanded Half Fare Travel Card and demanded to pay for Half Fare Travel Card also

I am travelling to Switzerland in July and want to know, whether I can purchase Saver Day Pass as a visitor without having a Half Fare Travel Card or GA card. At the day of my use of this Saver Day Pass, SBB will not ask for any additional payment

Commuter (silver)

Hi @Hussain 

You have the possiblity to choose a Saver Day Pass with or without the Half-Fare travelcard.

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It's quite simple: Holders of an Half Fare travelcard can take the reduced price saver day pass, travellers without reduction pay full price. 

Kind regards

Thanks Sandral,

I had already seen that Pass details. However, the reason for my initial question and confusion is a response posted by 'davidchen' on 24.04.18 to a question put by member 'srinivas' under topic "regarding saver day pass"

Commuter (silver)

Hi @Hussain 

I'm sorry, I can only repeat: If you don't have a Half-Fare travelcard, you have to purchase a saver day pass with Half-Fare discount and otherwise at full price.

The member mentioned had bought a saver day pass at a reduced price and did not have a Half-Fare travelcard. Therefore he had to pay an additional ticket.

Kind regards