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Does Swiss Pass Covers Tirano to Zurich 100%?

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I'm planning a trip to Switzerland and Munich probably May 2012. My plan is to fly to Milan and take the train from Tirano to Zurich via Bernina Pass which I am dying to see. I have been reading the post about Swiss Passes and I'm still not sure about it. If I take the Swiss Saver Flexi Pass for 4 days and use it for the Bernina Pass trip, is it covered 100% or I still have to pay extra? When I log it in, it only shows the price with half fare card discount. We'll be staying for 5 days in Switzerland and then to Munich. Here's my planned itirenary.
2 days Milan (doesn't need more than that. Main reason is to go to Tirano)
1 day travel from Tirano to Zurich via Bernina Pass.
2 Full days in Lucerne ( planning on a boat ride only. Not going to the mountain since gondola ride is too much for us.. fear of heights)
2 Full days in Zurich
Zurich to Munich for 5 days with Day trips to Fussen and Salzburg using the Bayern tickets.

Does the train from Zurich to Munich also covered by Flexi Saver pass 100% or I still have to pay extra? It also shows half fare card discount. Is point to point fare better than the flexi pass for this itirenary? I did the math already but wasn't sure about the 100 % coverage for both trip. We are not into hiking but appreciates beautiful scenery. Any advice that you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Thanks./

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