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Buying an Interrail pass - does the website matter?

Gothenburg, Sweden
3 posts
Buying an Interrail pass - does the website matter?

Hi all

I was just about to buy an Interrail pass when I noticed differences in prices on my country's Interrail website (http://interrail.se), vs the ''official'' website (http://interrail.eu) The pass I want to buy is 285 euros on the official site while it is 3450kr, which is about 306 euros, on my country's website.

Does it make a difference which site I purchase my pass from? Of course I would prefer to buy it in euros if I can get it for cheaper that way, just want to make sure I'm not messing anything up for myself.

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Quainton, United...
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1. Re: Buying an Interrail pass - does the website matter?

No, it makes no difference where you buy it.

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3. Re: Buying an Interrail pass - does the website matter?

I found cheaper prices in headout.com. Does anyone know if this site is to be trusted?

Edited: 14 April 2024, 15:54
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