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Swiss Pass bough on www.raileurope.com charged in US$, CHF or EUR?

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Hello - Does the http://www.raileurope.com website charge foreign transaction currency conversion fees for using a credit card? It shows prices in US$ but I couldn't determine if the price is charged in CHF or EUR.

Some posts on the web indicate the transaction is charged in Euros and others seem to insinuate that there will be no currency conversion fees.

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