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neckervd: Swiss train

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Hi, First, I really appreciate how helpful your posts are (Yes, I have read many)

I will be in Switzerland Easter weekend and will need to travel between Basel and Luzern on Saturday morning the 19th and return to Basel on Monday the 21st. I have tried looking at the SBB website www.sbb.ch/en/home.html to find tickets. The fares seem very expensive to me? (I do know it is Switzerland and expect higher prices in general) I did stumble upon information on half price tickets that could be available. On Sunday the 20th I will also be traveling Luzern to Murren - Lauterbrunnen - Luzern. Here are my questions....
Do you think it is at all feasible that there will be half price tickets? What is the best strategy to score them? Also, does the SBB website allow you to print an eTicket or do you collect your ticket at the station or what ???? Is the SBB website the only website for obtaining the type of tickets I need? Have you heard of issues with the SBB website accepting American credit cards? Any help you can be will be appreciated, TIA.

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