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Family of four needs Swiss Rail Ticket Advice

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Help! My head is spinning trying to figure out the best tickets for us to get, and there are posters out there who seem to know this stuff cold. We are a U.S. family of four -- two adults, one youth age 21, one teen age 15. I know we need a family card so 15 year old can travel for free, but what else is best is a mystery. We arrive Zurich July 23 and want to travel by train immediately to Wengen. On July 25, we want to ride the Jungfraujoch excursion. On July 27, we need to travel by train from Wengen to Luzerne, and on July 28, we need to go by train from Luzerne to Sils-Maria. I think that's the last train ride, although we will need to get to St. Moritz on July 31, where we will pick up a car and head to Northern Italy. Please, any advice about the right rail tickets to get for the Swiss leg of our trip would be so appreciated. I'm thinking it may be the 3 or 4-day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass, but not sure. Does the Saver Flexi Pass apply to the Jungfraujoch excursion? Should we wait for arrival in Switzerland to buy tickets? PalenQ and other experts, are you out there? Thanks so much for any help.

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