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Swiss transfer ticket question

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Dear All, I am somewhat confused about the Swiss transfer ticket.
I will be working in Geneva for 2 months. My schedule will be pretty hectic, and I will not have much time to travel, which is why the railpasses won't work for me.
Can I use the Swiss transfer ticket from Geneva to Appenzel or Zurich for a weekend? It would be cheaper than a round-trip ticket, but I am not sure if I would be eligible, since I would not be transferring from an airport and would be living in Geneva for 2 months.
If I can use the Transfer ticket, it would be great! I understand I need to purchase passes now - before leaving for Europe - I will have a better idea of my schedule once there.
I'd appreciate your advice,
Saira

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