I am considering buying a saver day pass while in Switzerland for a couple of days and have a few questions regarding what the pass covers and the protocols around using it are:
1) Can I use the saver day pass to travel to multiple areas in Switzerland? I’m planning to go from Zurich to Luzern, Interlaken, Lauterbrunnen, and Wengen, which I believe all are covered by the saver day pass according to the most recent service area map.
2) If yes, after purchasing my saver day pass, do I need to make further reservations and/or get further tickets for the rides I want, or can I simply hop on the train of interest without reservations and show the pass? (Assuming that the train route is covered by the day pass).
3) Is it generally recommended that we reserve seats ahead of time if we use a saver day pass or is it usually fine without seat reservations? I’ll be traveling through Switzerland in early June and am wondering if people with saver day passes usually find themselves without seats if they don’t have reservations (e.g. if the train is full)?
4) In general, are there any drawbacks to using a saver day pass as far as using it throughout the day for multiple rides? How easy is it to use?
Thank you in advance for your help!