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Old 14.03.2018, 06:35
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Raiffeisen member plus for ski offers

https://memberplus.raiffeisen.ch/bas...ki-tageskarten

Deep discounts for ski passes for their members. Too good to be true? Has anyone ever used these offers? What are the mechanics of the process. Is it more trouble than its worth to actually convert the offer into ski time?

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Old 14.03.2018, 07:42
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We've used them. Make sure they are valid the day you want to go. Many weekends and weeks of school holidays are ruled out. Bring your Raiffeisen card and the voucher. Present both at the cashier. Pay reduced price. Voilą!

We also use the Raiffeisen card a lot for reduced/free entrances to museums. It is a great offer!
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Old 14.03.2018, 09:13
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We've used them. Make sure they are valid the day you want to go. Many weekends and weeks of school holidays are ruled out. Bring your Raiffeisen card and the voucher. Present both at the cashier. Pay reduced price. Voilą!

We also use the Raiffeisen card a lot for reduced/free entrances to museums. It is a great offer!
Or better still install Twint. Even lower prices.
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Old 14.03.2018, 09:23
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Or better still install Twint. Even lower prices.
I think the prices are the same. Twint is just for ease of payment - and to monitor our spending habits 😉
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Old 14.03.2018, 09:28
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I think the prices are the same. Twint is just for ease of payment - and to monitor our spending habits ��
Nope. Twint is even less. Lenzerheide, for example, is CHF 53 wit the EC card and CHF 38 with Twint. For whatever reason they are trying to puch Twint. All explained on the member plus page.
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Re: Raiffeisen member plus for ski offers

I applied online for a new account. They have a video based identification verification capability to enable. I jumped through all the photo, ID & Document hoops & set up the appointment for the ID verification. they cancelled the appointment without giving a reason other than "cancelled".

I've emailed them to figure it out but I've read other threads on here where other EF Members had difficulty opening accounts - let's see...
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