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Supersaver tickets and the Saver Day Pass — save the right way.

schwarzd
Community Manager
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It’s this easy: The earlier you purchase your supersaver ticket or Saver Day Pass, the cheaper your journey will be. These are available online up to 60 days in advance. Travel at a reasonable price and plan in advance — just like John.

John has understood how it works and regularly takes advantage of SBB’s special offers. He buys his public transport tickets in advance whenever possible. In three weeks’ time, he is meeting up with a old school friend from his home town in Graubünden. So that he can travel to Graubünden comfortably while simultaneously making good use of his travel time, he has decided to travel by public transport. Because he already has a Saver Day Pass, he can enjoy travelling for an unbeatable price.

Please note: For shorter distances, supersaver tickets are available. You can find these marked with a percentage sign directly in the timetable.

Link to special offers.

 

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