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Trying to figure out the Copenhagen metro

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I have given up trying to figure out by myself if the day and multiday transit passes (or the Copenhagen Card) are worth it. How does the metro/bus fare system work? What is a Rejsekort, it looks like a chip card simliar to an Oyster card, and the fares appear to be halved, but can a tourist use them? All the info and directions are in Danish. And the klippekort is phased out as of tomorrow, so that is the end of discounts on the metro, or is the rejsekort replacing the klippekort? It appears to me that when looking at the Copenhagen metro website I should be ignoring the large blue cheap price and read the tiny black typeface full priced fares? I am using the English pages but the critical words are not translated. http://www.rejseplanen.dk Need help here, it is mighty complicated. Right now thinking that neither pass is worth the price but would like to actually know.

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