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A swiss pass question, again!

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So this is my itinerary:
Arrive at zurich airport and takea train to interlaken, to stay put there for the next 5 nights.
Day trip to:
Jungfrau
Zermatt
Lucerne
And one other place (havent decided)
Finally on the6th morning, we go from interlaken to venice!
What are my best options with relation to the swiss pass? A 5 day flexi? Or a 4 day regualr swiss pass? Or point to point tickets? And i read somewhere that a trip from lugano to chiavenna or torini in italyis also covered by this pass. Does it make sense to take that trip and then finally pay for the ticket to venice?
This is a may end-early june trip.
Any help will be really appreciated!
Thanks.

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