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Tell-Pass Winter prices and resellers

Prices in 2022

Duration Price More information
(incl. children discounts)
2 days CHF 120 happyrail.com
3 days CHF 150 happyrail.com
4 days CHF 170 happyrail.com
5 days CHF 180 happyrail.com
10 days CHF 240 happyrail.com

Standard prices for an adult pass. Prices may slightly vary depending on where you buy. Scroll down for all purchase options.

Discounts

  • There's a fixed price of CHF 30 for Tell-Passes for children from 6 to 15 (inclusive). They have to travel along with an adult. The adult does not need to be a relative of the child;
  • The Junior travelcard is also valid, as well as the Children’s Co-travelcard. If you have one of those, you don't need the child version of the pass;
  • Children up to 5 travel along for free. They don't need a pass;
  • There are no special fares for seniors.

PRICES & PURCHASE OPTIONS

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  • You can buy rail passes at staffed rail stations in the region. This is only possible during opening hours. These are different for each station.
  • You can buy train tickets for trips in Switzerland from staffed desks and from ticketing machines. The machines offer normal fares and most discounted fares.
  • You may have to wait in line, especially during rush hour and in popular towns.
  • You can pay in Swiss francs. Often you can also pay in other currencies, but at a high exchange rate.
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