Seasons passes 2012-13
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Our Vermont mountains may be a lush playground in the summer time, but we are all just biding our time waiting for the snow to fly. The most affordable way to spend your ski or snowboard season is by investing in a full seasons pass to one (or more) of your favorite mountains. Check out the listing below for details and the fast approaching deadlines for purchase:
A seasons pass to Bolton Valley include unlimited skiing and riding, plus a full Nordic area pass and discounts all around the resort. For the best price, purchase before September 24, 2012.
Purchase your 2012/13 Season Pass by October 15, 2012, and save $100! Don't miss this early bird opportunity to get a season's worth of spectacular skiing and riding at a great price.
All seasons passes at Burke this year come with the option to upgrade to include Jay Peak Resort as well, best prices are before October 15, 2012.
New this season, you can purchase a Jay only season pass or upgrade to a Jay Peak + Burke season pass. If you've already purchased your 2012-13 Jay Peak Season Pass you can upgrade to include Burke for an additional $50. Just call Customer Service at (802) 327-2215. Passholder benefits include discounts at both resorts, and include the Pump House Indoor Waterpark, but the best deals end October 15, 2012.
Killington’s Unlimited Pass gives you the most access to skiing and riding in the state, which includes all of Killington Resort as well as Pico Mountain Resort. For just $39 more you can have access to the tubing park for the entire season. Book before October 11, 2012 for the lowest prices of the season.
Mad River Glen has two new passes for the 2012-13 season: Threesome College pass to include both mountains of Sugarbush Resort as well as Mad River Glen for full time college students, for just $359 + tax (increases on November 6, 2012). Also new this year for the youngsters: those ages 19-29 can purchase a mid-week pass (Monday through Friday every week, including holidays) for only $199 until October 15, 2012.
All of Magic Mountain’s passes are good every single today that Magic is open for the 2012-13 season without black outs. Adult prices are just $439 + tax. Purchase by October 8, 2012 to maximize your savings!
Mount Snow Resort’s array of passes include multi- mountain, midweek only and college student passes. Pick the best one for your lifestyle before October 8, 2012 to save big!
The Millennial Pass is the newest season pass offering from Okemo. Designed for the "20 something" crowd, the Millennial Pass is valid 7 days a week, including holidays at Okemo and Mount Sunapee without blackout dates. The prices for this pass, an all others, goes up as of October 8, 2012.
Get your pass for everyday Pico operates without blackouts. Just $399 for adults and $299 for kids and seniors, with option to upgrade to include tickets at Killington on the days that Pico is closed midweek. Buy before October 11, 2012 to save!
A variety of products at Smugglers’ Notch assures that you purchase the pass or Bash badge to get your skiing and riding fix this winter. All products will increase in price after Halloween, October 31, 2012, so make sure you make you decision before then!
Check back soon for more details!
From early lift access to discounts around the resort, Stratton Mountain Resort offers a variety of passes to suit your ski and ride schedule. Only want to ski on Sundays? There’s an affordable option for you. Looking to get 100+ days this year and early access to the lifts to get those fresh tracks? They’ve got you covered too. But, all have to be purchased by October 8, 2012 for the most savings!
Ease into adulthood with the For20s pass for those fresh out of college at Sugarbush Resort again this year. Those ages 19-29 get a special deal just ‘cuz they want you to hit the slopes early and often. For those who buy the ‘big kid’ pass (Adult All Mountain, Mount Ellen or Mount Ellen Plus), you can earn gift cards for referring new passholders to Sugarbush. Next round is on you! For the best savings, buy before September 12, 2012.
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