What are the different reductions?
The General Pass (GA) is valid for 12 months and entitles the holder to unlimited travel within its area of validity (in the relevant class) and to 1st and 2nd-class travel at half price on sections within the Half-Fare Card’s area of validity. The GA is valid for the Interlaken–Grindelwald/Wengen/Mürren sections. A 50% reduction will be given on the remaining route network.
Swiss Pass holders are entitled to unlimited travel on the Swiss Pass network (1st or 2nd class), within the chosen period of validity. The pass is available to persons with permanent residence outside Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The Swiss Pass is valid for the rail sections Interlaken–Grindelwald/Wengen/Mürren. A ticket from Grindelwald and Wengen to the Jungfraujoch is available with a 25% reduction. A reduction of 50% applies to the remainder of the Jungfrau Railways network. The «Swiss Travel System Family Card» entitles children from age 6 to 15 to travel free when accompanied by at least one parent.
The Eurail Pass entitles the holder to unlimited travel within the area covered by the pass (1st or 2nd class), for the chosen period of validity. The Eurail Pass is available only to people with a permanent place of residence outside Europe. A 25% reduction will be given on the entire Jungfrau Railways network.
The Half-Fare Card entitles the holder to purchase 1st and 2nd-class tickets at half price. It may be used on sections within its area of validity. The Half-Fare Card is valid for 1, 2 or 3 years and is a personal pass.
Children under the age of 6 travelling with an adult always travel free. Children aged 6 to 16 with a Junior Card travel free when accompanied by a parent. The Junior Card is valid for 1 year and costs CHF 30.- per child and can be purchased at every train station in Switzerland. The accompanying parent must have a valid ticket. Each child must have an own Junior Card. The card is valid wherever the Half-Fare Card can be used.