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Hello travellers  
I've just installed my first ‘Pass’ (4 days- 1 month Not yet activated)

Country of origin: Switzerland 

I'm surprised that the application displays : 
Outbound/Inbound: ‘0/3’ (I had imagined 0/2)

Would this mean that we would be entitled to 3 ‘day passes’ covering our country of residence?
For example: one exit + one entry + one 2nd exit?

I have to admit that, if that were the case, it would be very useful financially... because, even with the half-price season ticket, crossing half of my country is frankly not cheap ;)

 

Thanks for your insights ;) 

François. 

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Best answer by BrendanDB 17 May 2024, 09:14

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Yes, Switzerland is part of the test group that has 3 inbound/outbound traveldays instead of two. So you’ll be able to use it for 3 days in your own country instead of the regular two :)

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Yes, Switzerland is part of the test group that has 3 inbound/outbound traveldays instead of two. So you’ll be able to use it for 3 days in your own country than the regular two :)

 

Thank you very much for your reply
That's good to hear...because here at SBB/CFF, discounts are rare ;) 

 

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