Ticket vending machine with touch screen.
Simply faster. To get your ticket and many other services.
SBB’s automatic ticket machines with touch screen serve you quickly and reliably around the clock, 365 days a year. At every SBB train station and many other transport companies. The automatic ticket machines accept banknotes and coins, most major credit cards and other payment cards as well as Reka- and Reka Rail Checks. They can provide you with all kind of tickets, from individual trips to multiple-journey tickets to traffic community passes. But also many other services, from trade fair and leisure travel offers up to call credits for your prepaid mobile phone. Give it a try – it’s simple.
Simply touch. How to get your ticket.
Navigate through the ticket machine’s menu selection with the tip of your finger. Simply follow it step by step. And then off you go, as shown here, with the starting page.
At the automatic ticket machines, you can obtain all the tickets available at the ticket counter.
Decide in a simple selection menu between outward and return tickets, 1st or 2nd class, tickets valid from today or a later date and whether you want one or several tickets at once.
While your ticket is being printed, pay with coins, banknotes or payment cards – however you want.(Here you’ll see the means of payment you can use.)
Simply choose. Here’s what you get at the ticket machine.
- Outward or return tickets – from your current location or any other location in Switzerland
- Multiple-journey tickets – from your current location or any other location in Switzerland
- Traffic community tickets
- Monthly passes for the traffic communities
- City Tickets (rail ticket plus day pass for the city’s transport system)
- Various day passes (DP)
- Trade fair and leisure travel offers from RailAway
- Class upgrade (limited selection)
- Bicycle tickets
- Mobile phone top-ups, telephone cards
- Internet payment cards
Used up all your prepaid calling credit?
No problem! You can top up your talk time at SBB ticket machines whenever you like on any of the following networks: Swisscom, Sunrise, Orange, Lebara, Lycamobile, Yallo, CoopMobile, M-Budget Mobile, Aldi Suisse mobile, MUCHO Mobile, MTV mobile pre and Ortel Mobile.
Alternatively, for competitively priced international calls, you can also purchase Beeone and Flash phonecards as well as the PhoneCARD Telecom FL at SBB ticket machines.
And if you want to make payments over the Internet without using your personal bank details, you can also purchase the Paysafecard Internet payment card at SBB ticket machines which you can now use in over 3,500 online shops.
Means of payment
Simply pay. Here’s what the ticket machines accept.
- Coins CHF
- Banknotes CHF
- Banknotes EUR (change in CHF coins)
- Reka Checks, Reka Rail, Reka Card
- Maestro (ec direct)
- All major credit cards
Change will always be given in coins. We ask for your understanding that the ticket machines are therefore unable to give more than 20 francs in change. The automatic ticket machines with the red stripes only accept payment cards.