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Train questions for Switzerland

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Hi! Myself, my husband, and our 2 year old are travelling to Switzerland in about a week and I have a few questions about trains:

1.) My husband and I have Half Fare cards. Since we still need to purchase tickets for everything, do we just show the Half Fare card at the ticket window?

2.) I believe the 2-year-old travels free everywhere. Does she still need a ticket? I know they have the Swiss Family Card, but my understanding is that you don't even need that with a child that young.

3.) We are doing the Golden Pass train route. I reserved our seats and paid the fee for that several weeks ago, when we get to Switzerland we need to actually purchase the tickets that match those seat reservations, correct? We have seats reserved on the 13:08 train out of Interlaken and the 14;25 train out of Zweisimmen so we just buy tickets on those trains a few days in advance?

Thanks!

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