A 24h-ticket pass or multiple 24h-tickets enable you to travel within specified zones for 24 hours – where you want, how you want and as often as you want. The multiple 24h-ticket also offers savings of up to 10 per cent compared to a single 24h-ticket.
A multiple 24h-ticket is the best choice for occasional travellers who only want to use public transport for one day. This option provides six 24h-tickets for use on any travel dates required. The ticket promises even cheaper travel: you save as much as 10 per cent compared to a single 24h-ticket.
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The multiple 24h-ticket promises time savings and more convenience: once you've bought this ticket, there's no need to look for change at ticket machines.
The multiple 24h-ticket offers travel on any six days.
Multiple 24-tickets must be stamped in a machine before travelling.
Juniors with full fare multiple 24h-tickets
Where one field on a multiple 24h-ticket is validated at full price, two persons can travel provided they are both eligible for a reduced fare (i.e. children, Half-Fare travelcard holders) and at least three zones are paid for.
Zurich (zone 110) and Winterthur (zone 120) each count as two zones as the public transport networks in these cities are much more dense than elsewhere.
Short-distance trips in the cities of Zurich and Winterthur may involve travel over city boundaries. Areas of validity are shown on the ticket machines.
A local network covers a municipality (not including the cities of Zurich and Winterthur).
To use the nighttime network you need an additional night supplement (CHF 5).