Don't be caught on a train or a combination of trains that would pass through more zones than you have paid for. Main city of Zurich comes under Zone 110 while Zurich Airport in Zone 121 whereas Schloss Laufen am Rhinefall in Zone 116. Re: 9 o'clock day pass usage Quote: You can get to Schloss Laufen, which is next to the Rheinfalls on a ZVV 9 o' clock pass, but you'd have to be careful if you were to pop into Schaffhausen, as I'm not sure the whole town is covered by the pass. But the "new brochure: Tickets and Prices" you can download from the same page specifies ""9 o'clock day pass - All zones" The regular "Day Pass" for 3 zones costs CHF 13.60 and is valid 24h (from validation time, or purchase if not specified otherwise).

Instead get a Saver Day Pass - cheaper than the old 0900 one anyway. If you mean ZVV: the website zvv.ch "Tickets" - "Tickets and Prices" info is definitely not clear on the question regarding zones. The 9 O'clock day pass and the 9 O'clock multiple ticket are available via the ZVV ticket app, from ticket machines, in the online ticketshop (day pass only) or at a sales outlet. 3) Zurich Card for 24hrs: Costs 24.00. The sooner you get that the cheaper it is so if you are travelling in the next 30 days get it now. On Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, the pass has unrestricted validity … Main city of Zurich comes under Zone 110 while Zurich Airport in Zone 121 whereas Schloss Laufen am Rhinefall in Zone 116. Zurich Day Pass: All zone covered up to Zone 116 Total CHF33.60 . 1) ZVV Day Pass/Ticket: Costs 34.40 for ALL ZONES. If you mean ZVV: the website zvv.ch "Tickets" - "Tickets and Prices" info is definitely not clear on the question regarding zones. I hope with the above tickets, I should be able to cover this route: Zurich Flughafen -> Schloss Laufen am Rheinfall -> Zurich Flughafen -> Luzern. Thanks for all the advice.

I did a check on the ticket price: Zurich Card: CHF24, however, it covers up to Zone 121 (Zurich Flughafen) only, and additional return train ticket from Zone 121 - Zone 116 (Schloss Laufen am Rheinfall) will costs CHF 8.4 = Total CHF32.40. If you mean ZVV: the website zvv.ch "Tickets" - "Tickets and Prices" info is definitely not clear on the question regarding zones. 2) 9 O'Clock Day Pass: Costs 26.00 for ALL ZONES. Re: 9 o'clock day pass usage Oh yes, and in addition to being able to use the pass all day after 9.00 on weekdays , they're valid from the start of service ( 5.00 or … The sooner you get that the cheaper it is so if you are travelling in the next 30 days get it now. The 9 o'clock pass no longer exists so you cannot buy it at any time. 3) Zurich Card for 24hrs: Costs 24.00. When you have a total of 8 zones you can travel in all ZVV zones. The "9 O'clock" Zurich pass covers 6 zones plus the city centre 2 zones - see https:/…tarifzonen_agglo_zuerich_17.pdf and other links at https:/…zone-maps.html The 24h Day Pass for more than 7 zones costs 34.40 (full fare 2nd class) Please let me know if the tickets mentioned above are sufficient to cover this route. The base pass has specific zones that anchor it, the add-on pass just specifies the number of additional zones that can be traveled to. But the "new brochure: Tickets and Prices" you can download from the same page specifies ""9 o'clock day pass - All zones" The 9 O'Clock day pass is only availabe for all zones. Instead get a Saver Day Pass - cheaper than the old 0900 one anyway. If you mean ZVV: the website zvv.ch "Tickets" - "Tickets and Prices" info is definitely not clear on the question regarding zones. 1) ZVV Day Pass/Ticket: Costs 34.40 for ALL ZONES. Several "9 o'clock passes" are available in Switzerland.