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Swiss Flexi-pass

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Hi, I'm travelling to switzerland in December and am trying to buy a flexipass (saver) off the myswitzerland.com website, but everytime I click "order now", it takes me to the swiss pass ordering page. Has anyone encountered this problem before? And would this pass be the most appropriate for me?
I'm travelling with 3 other adults and an infant. (do i need to buy a ticket for the infant?)
We'll be in switzerland 5 nights and 6 days.
Our itinerary is as follows:
Day 1 - Fly into Zurich, train to montreux.
Day 2 - Explore montreux/vevey
Day 3 - Montreux to Lucerne (with possible stopover in Bern)
Day 4 - Lucerne to Mt Rigi
Day 5 - Lucerne to Mt Titlis
Day 6 - Lucern back to Zurich.
....so flexipass best option?? The 50% card I think gives me a better deal, but I'd rather the convenience of not having to line up for tickets b/c we're travelling with an infant.
Thanks!

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