ÖBB is raising ticket prices with the December timetable change. The reason for this is the high energy prices. Thus, one has to put an average of 3.9 percent more on the table for 2nd class tickets.
With the timetable change in December, ÖBB is increasing ticket prices due to high energy prices. Thus, tickets in 2nd class cost an average of 3.9 percent more.
ÖBB with a price increase
Anyone who buys a 2nd class ticket from Vienna to Salzburg on the day of departure will pay 28.30 euros, 40 cents more than before with the Vorteilscard on the web or in the app.
ÖBB price increase comes with a timetable change
However, the dynamic pricing system will be retained: The earlier it is booked, the cheaper the trip will be. Anyone buying a ticket 15 days or earlier before the trip at the ticket counter, at a ticket machine, online, or in the app will pay the same price as before. That would be 26.70 euros on the Vienna-Salzburg route.
It is also cheaper in 1st class to book early and online. In addition, 1st class customers receive an included reservation when they buy their ticket online, in the ÖBB app, or at the ticket counter. The price for the 1st class ticket with Vorteilscard increases from 46.80 euros to 52.40 euros. However, the reservation fee of 3 euros is already included here.
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