Compare Multi-Resort Season Passes for the 2018/19 Ski Season
Season ski passes are just for local’s right? – Think again.
If you’re somebody who plans on making more than one trip next ski season, then you’re somebody who should consider buying a season ski pass.
Almost every top resort in North America – including Aspen, Whistler, Park City and Jackson Hole are now a part of a larger pass that allows you to travel to different resorts, in different places for the entire season.
Take a look at these 3 passes, and find out where you can get the most bang for your buck.
First on our list, and one of the most popular passes available is Vail’s Epic Pass. And it has some pretty epic things going on for the 2018/19 ski season.
For $899 (or $469 ages 5-12) you get unlimited access to 64 different ski resorts, and if you purchase your Epic Pass before April 15th, you’ll have 6 transferable buddy tickets already available for friends and family to use.
There is also a Local’s Epic Pass that runs $669 (or $549 ages 13-18/$359 ages 5-12) and offers unlimited, unrestricted access to Breckenridge, Wilmont, Mt Brighton, Keystone, Afton Alps and Arapahoe Basin. If you want to spend less loot and don’t mind blackout dates then the Local pass is the way to go. It also includes 10 days of holiday-restricted access to Vail and Beaver Creek, plus restricted access to Park City, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood.
If that wasn’t enough to entice you, Telluride will be available to Epic Pass owners for the 2018/19 season to spend seven full days at the mountain.
Next up is the Ikon Pass – ready to take on Vail’s Epic Pass one mountain at a time. If you choose to purchase the Ikon pass you’ll have full, unlimited access to 12 of the most desirable winter destinations across North America, and 7-day access to 13 destinations including Deer Valley, Revelstoke, Steamboat and more.
The Ikon Pass itself runs $899 (or $719 ages 13-17/$449 ages 5-12/$29 ages 4 +under), and the Ikon Base Pass costs $599 (or $479 ages 13-17/$299 ages 5-12/$29 ages 4 +under). Both passes include friends and family benefits, and early booking privileges with 10% off if you book a reservation in the summer months.
Keep in mind you’ll want to act fast on the Ikon Pass – prices will go up $100 starting May 1st.
If the first two don’t quite make the cut for you, maybe the Mountain Collective Pass will.
This unique pass allows you to ski 2 days each at 16 different destinations, plus unlimited 50% off single day lift tickets and exclusive lodging deals – Allowing you a new adventure every time you strap your sticks to your feet.
The Mountain Collective Pass is $409 for adults (while supplies last) and get this – if you purchase one adult Mountain Collective Pass, you’ll be able to purchase a children’s (12 & under) pass for only $1. Yep, you heard that right – $1. But HURRY! Quantities are limited and these deals won’t last long.
If a total of 32 days wasn’t enough, the Mountain Collective Pass also allows a third bonus day to be used at the destination of your choice, including Big Sky, Squaw Valle/Alpine Meadows and Sun Valley.
There you have it folks, three ski season passes that are just too good to pass up.