Point-to-point season tickets.

If you regularly make the same journey by train, then a point-to-point travelpass is just the ticket for you.

Point-to-point travelpasses are available for children and young people from their 6th to their 25th birthday for 2nd class travel. Adults (aged 25 and over) can use them for 1st and 2nd class travel. You can choose a period of validity of seven days (only on security paper), one month or twelve months (travel for 12 months, pay for 9). Point-to-point travelpasses valid for twelve months are good value. Young people up to the age of 25 can also take advantage of attractive discounts. If your journey lies within one of the regional authority transport networks, you will need a travelpass for this network rather than a point-to-point travelpass. And if you commute between fare networks or outside a fare network on a regular basis and would like to use the local public transport, the modular travelcard is the perfect solution.

From 1 July 2017, you can also get your point-to-point travelcard for one or twelve months on the SwissPassLink opens in new window.. The SwissPass is more than just a point-to-point travelcard – it gives you access to partner services from Mobility Carsharing, PubliBike, SchweizMobil and ski resorts. Other partner services are being added an ongoing basis.

Note: during the transition stage, the point-to-point travelcard will be available on both security paper and the SwissPass. The point-to-point travelcard on security paper can also be obtained for a validity period of seven days.

Tip: Buy your point-to-point travelcard for 12 months and only pay for 9. 

Prices and product specifications subject to change.

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