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Should I buy tickets for Swiss trains here in US?

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I'll be buying three point to point tickets for travel in Switzerland next month. I've checked the various passes and it will be cheaper for me to buy the tickets individually. I found a website called Eurail.net. Should I buy my tickets, and make reservations, through them, or would it be cheaper to buy my tickets at the Swiss rail stations. If there isn't much of a difference, in price, then I think I'd like to take care of my tickets in advance. Thanks.

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