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Still Time To Save Big On Passes At Vermont Resorts
Those in the market for 2018-19 season passes at Vermont resorts still have time to save big, thanks to fall deadlines on some of the best deals in the business.
Here’s a rundown of season pass offerings available now – be sure to check resort websites for all the details.
Bolton Valley is rewarding loyalty with its Five-Year Green Pass, which includes five seasons of skiing and riding at Bolton Valley for $2,200 – that’s less than the total price of four if purchased separately. Adult All Access Passes start at $599 and youth at $169 when purchased before Sept. 24.
Those buying a season pass to Bromley can share the wealth with their loved ones: new this year, with a purchase of one full adult, junior or teen season pass, you’ll save $50 off each additional adult, teen or junior pass for your immediate family members. Purchase your pass before Oct. 15 and save up to $105.
Burke season passes are discounted in tiers, with Oct. 8 as the target date for adults to save $180 on a single-mountain pass and $270 on the multi-mountain Judge Pass. Couples passes save even more.
Timing is everything at Jay, as savvy season pass buyers who get in under the Oct. 8 wire can save $170 on an adult pass. A mere $160 more nets access to sister mountain Burke as well.
It’s never too early to buy into Killington’s “longest season in the East,” as purchasing an unlimited season pass to The Beast before Oct. 18 will save adults $150.
Anyone in the market for a season pass to Mad River Glen should buy it while they can. Adult pass increases by $216 after Oct. 15. Another option for smart shoppers is the Family Mad Card, which comes with free season passes for kids 12 and under (as well as three transferable tickets and discounts on additional tickets for adults) if purchased before Oct. 15.
Buying an adult All Unlimited Pass at Magic before Oct. 15 not only saves $100; it also includes the benefits of the Freedom Pass, at no extra cost: three complimentary tickets (one ticket per visit) at each of 12 other ski areas across the country.
Oct. 19 is the magic date at Mount Snow, as season pass customers buying before then can land a Drifter Unlimited pass (ages 18-29) for $399 or an Explorer Adult Unlimited Pass (30+) for $829. Both passes are valid at seven northeast resorts.
Okemo’s Ultimate Pass can be scored at an ultimate discount before Oct. 9, with savings up to $210. Featuring unrestricted skiing at Okemo, Mount Sunapee and Crested Butte, the Ultimate adds huge value with the addition of discounts at the Adventure Zone and Evolution Bike Park, as well as daily access at the Nordic Center, Ice House and Scenic Chairlift rides.
Season passes at Pico are on sale through Oct. 18. Adult and youth passes are discounted $30 before that date, while seniors can save $20. Passholders also get discounts on fall activities at Killington.
Adult and Youth season passes at Smugglers’ Notch come at a $50 discount through Oct. 31, while College and Senior passes purchased before that date are $30 cheaper. Kids five and under can still ride the lifts for free.
As a member of the Vail Resorts family, unlimited skiing or riding at Stowe is included with the Epic Pass. Season passes at Stowe also include discounts on equipment rental and tuning, as well as food at three of the resort’s restaurants.
Stratton is now part of the Ikon pass, which includes unlimited skiing and riding at Stratton in addition to 11 other mountains.
Sugarbush is now part of the Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective, in addition to offering many Sugarbush only season pass products for all ages. Purchase your Sugarbush pass before prices go up Sept. 12.
Multi-resort passes, such as the Epic Pass which includes Stowe and Okemo, the new Ikon Pass with Killington, Stratton and Sugarbush, plus the Mountain Collective including Sugarbush, are all available at discounted rates.