My husband and I will be in Copenhagen for 1 month and are looking at all our transport options while in the city. I've done some research on the Rejsekort Anonymous and I'm trying to decide if it's something we should get. Basically, I am looking for someone to help confirm my understanding of how this card works.
I've found a page that explains the card in English: https:/…saadan-bruger-du-rejsekort.aspx . There is also a rate plan I was able to view from a "billet" link on the rejseplanen.dk website but it is only in Danish because it's a graphic: dinoffentligetransport.dk/media/…priserh.png
As I understand it, there is an upfront/non-refundable cost of 80 DKK, then you also load the card with additional money for your trips. I imagine part of using this card is just the convenience of not having to buy individual tickets and figure out the travel zones for each and every trip. And it seems like it will give you the lowest possible fare automatically (even if you change modes of transport or check out but then check in to travel again in the same zone within 30 mins). But if I'm reading the rate sheet correctly it looks like you also get significant discounts on each trip, and even more so if you travel during certain hours or on the weekend, correct?
So if I am understanding everything correctly, it appears that using a Rejsekort Anonymous will have advantages for us over buying tickets individually, or purchasing a series of 7-day Flex Cards.
It also looks like two people can share one card (thus saving an 80 DKK fee) if traveling together, but would it be a hassle to explain it to bus drivers since buses don't have "check in extra card readers"? Or is it common to share a card? Does anyone have experience traveling on a single card as a group? Did it work well? Or is it better to buy two individual cards for 80 DKK each?
And one final question: is there a way to refund any unused card balance at the end of our stay? Thanks so much in advance for any information you can provide!