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Regarding Swiss Train Tickets & Half Fare Card

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I will be in Switzerland for 3-4 days in April. All travels will be by rail.

Day-1 : Travel from Paris to Interlaken West
Day-2 : Interlaken West to Jungfraujoch & back, take boat in Lake Thun.
Day-3 : Interlaken West to Murren & back (day trip)
Day-4 : Interlaken West to Venezia S Lucia

The half fare card becomes beneficial even with Day-2 & 3 plans.

For Day-1 & Day-4 journeys, I plan to buy tickets in advance. I wanted to know if there is any option to get these tickets also at a discount from/till Swiss border onwards using the half fare card. But the Half Fare card which costs ~120 CHF has a validity of 1 month.

Any suggestions on how to go ahead?

Regards,
Rajat

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