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Prices etc in Jungfrau area

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Poster: A snowHead
Hello, I will be in the area for a weeks skiing from 11th March. We are booked for half board and will have pre booked and paid for skis and lift passes (2 people) . Seeking advice from people their and who have been recently as to how much to budget for the week. Thinking it will just be for lunches and a few little souvenirs. I appreciate it is all relative but we are not looking for anything gourmet just fuel during the day! Thanks
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
You will save plenty by buying sandwiches from your local Co-op. Otherwise, I would expect to pay 18-25 CHF for rösti/pasta/sausage at the restaurants on the mountain. A 1.30 CHF bottle of coke or Rivella will likewise be 4-6 CHF at a restaurant.

This menu has prices typical for the area: http://www.berghaus-maennlichen.ch/images/stories/dokumente/speisekarte_2016.pdf

As for souvenirs, 20 CHF will get you a knife and 15 CHF plenty of decent Swiss chocolate from the supermarket.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
As above, a nice lunch with a drink up the mountain will cost CHF50 for 2. Large beer when you get back down CHF6.

Or go to the Co-op, buy a loaf and some cheese and make your own sandwiches for peanuts.

Cuckoo clock souvenir CHF800 or so.
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Thanks so much, have always had a soft spot for Cuckoo Clocks but think will save the money for further ski trips Very Happy
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