At Andermatt+Sedrun+Disentis, ticket prices are determined by supply and demand: They vary depending on the season, booking date, weather, and day of the week. There are set prices for annual passes, one-way journeys, and sledding passes, as well as one- and two-day tickets for the Disentis ski resort.
Starting this week, tickets can be purchased in the online shop and at the sales outlets. The earlier you book, the lower the prices: One-day tickets are available starting at CHF 68 for adults, CHF 46 for students and apprentices, and CHF 33for children (see below for age categories) If you wait to decide, you’ll pay the current one-day price.
Also particularly attractive are the prices for the Andermatt Ski Express, which start at CHF 69 and include bus transportation and a one-day ski pass.
- Adults (ages 16 to 63) pay the full price
- Seniors (women ages 64 and older/men ages 65 and older) receive a 20% discount
- Children (ages 6 to 15) receive a 50% discount
- Students and apprentices (ages 16 to 29) with ID receive a 30% discount (available only at the ticket office)
Families receive an additional 10% family discount with the purchase of multi-day tickets for two or more days (promotional discounts excluded).