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Short 4 days in Swiss: which pass should I purchase? or single ticket?

Hi, I'm planning to have Swiss short trip in March 2014 with details:
Day 1: arrive from paris to Zurich, take train to Lucerne on the same day and arrive
Day 2: from Lucerne to Engelberg to have fun and return back
Day 3: from Lucerne take train to geneva
Day 4: to Geneva airport to take flight to Rome

I tried to calculate point to point ticket are not more than USD 150 per person, not to include in city lucerne and geneva to get around.

For local train and bus (lucerne & geneva), how much the bus ticket price for very short trip?
Which pass should I purchase?
Or should I just purchase point to point ticket instead?
Is there any like post paid card (not pass) so when I hop to train no need to buy the ticket?

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