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Swiss SaverPass-Valid Pilatus and smaller gondolas?

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Despite having spent HOURS on spreadsheets of various trips concentrated in only the Lucerne region next month, I think I may have ended up with not such a good choice!

I purchased the BOGO Swiss Saverpasses this morning, but just now realize that it gives only 50% off the Golden Roundtrip to Pilatus, is not valid on the Kraebel Luftseilbahn to Rigi Scheidegg, is not valid on the Urmibergbahn in Brunnen, and may give only an unspecified reduction on the Treib-Seelisberg funicular :-(( !
I was especially counting on full coverage for Pilatus Golden Roundtrip---96CHF...
Can anyone confirm this?
(And I thought that I had done due diligence!)

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