I seem to be confused as to which rail pass to use when travelling from a Belgium train station to a border station such as Roosendal in the Netherlands.
The RailPlus card is a card that you can get from any European country and allows reduced fair for cross-border trains.
The Belgian Rail Pass gives you 10 trips between any two station for 76 Euros (7.60 per trip).
The RailPlus Card gives the following information:
25% reduction on purchase of standard train tickets for conventional international trains* if at least 1 border is crossed during the journey (not valid for Thalys, TGV and Eurostar).
(*) except for connections from Belgium to Maastricht, Roosendaal or Aachen (and vice versa)
Journey between 2 Belgian stations/stops, not including border stations.
From the wording it is clear that you cannot use the RailPlus Card for to get a discount between a Belgian station and Roosendal. However, the wording of the Rail Pass terms and conditions seem very ambiguous. Do they mean to say, Journey between two 2 Belgian stops as well as border stations in neighbouring countries?