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Buying Swiss Pass

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Hoping you can help me with this decision:

I wish to purchase a Swiss Pass. Is it the case that there is the option to have ticket posted, print it yourself at home, or print at ticket window in Switzerland?

Bearing in mind that I will be travelling in Italy for three weeks before entering Switzerland I'm wondering if I'm better to wait until I get to Switzerland to print the ticket. If so how does one do this? I will be entering Switzerland from Milan.

Also, if I opted not to do this, would the ticket supplied through postage from RailEurope be more robust than the one I will produce on standard A4 paper?
Many thanks for any advice

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